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NDT.net Issue - 2016-10 - NEWS
NDT.net Issue: 2016-10
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
NEWS

Zetec® Surface Array Flex Probe Can Cut Inspection Time up to 95%

Zetec82, Snoqualmie, WA, USA

Delivers significant time savings vs. handheld pencil probes

Snoqualmie, WA — Zetec, Inc. introduces the new Surface Array Flex Probe specifically designed to solve the inspection challenges that Power Generation, Oil & Gas and Aerospace companies face every day. It is designed to handle a range of needs, from detecting extremely small flaws to inspecting non-flat surfaces and covering a wide area in a single pass.

The Surface Array Flex Probe introduces innovative features that deliver significant benefits. With the ability to handle inspection coverage up to 2 inches in a single pass, the probe delivers fast and accurate inspections. In fact, when compared with handheld pencil probes, the new Zetec Surface Array Flex Probe can reduce inspection time by up to 95% while delivering a full record of inspection. Read the full story HERE

 
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