Zetec to Present Latest NDT Technology at ASNT NDE of Aerospace Materials and Structures 2018
Zetec will present its latest phased array and eddy current technology for aerospace and defense at the Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) of Aerospace Materials & Structures 2018 conference, Crowne Plaza St. Louis Airport Hotel in Bridgeton, Mo., from June 5-6.
This is one of the first opportunities to see and learn about Zetec’s newest and most advanced phased array UT and eddy current NDT technologies.
At Zetec’s booth (#20), live demonstrations will include:
- The new TOPAZ®64, which combines code-compliant 64-channel phased array UT with the industry’s most advanced full matrix capture (FMC) and total focusing method (TFM) capabilities. TOPAZ64 delivers the highest acquisition frequency in its class, exceptional data processing capacity, and the ability to handle all UT inspections in one package
- The new MIZ®-21C, the industry’s first truly affordable handheld eddy current instrument with surface array capabilities. The instrument is designed for easy handling, long battery life, and has an intuitive interface that helps improve productivity and deliver more accurate inspections
In addition, Zetec will be presenting the following two papers as part of the 2018 ASNT Topical Conference:
- Flaw Detection Capabilities in Aerospace with Eddy Current Array Technology
- Implementation of Special Phased Array Ultrasound (PAUT) Techniques for Manufacturing Inspection of Friction Stir Welds
“Given the relevance of nondestructive evaluation for aerospace materials and structures today, it’s vital to choose the most appropriate and proven technology for your need to increase uptime, improve safety, and comply with government directives,” states Jesse Herrin, Eddy Current Systems Product Manager for Zetec.
Zetec serves as a single source for instruments, scanners, probes, and software for advanced phased array UT and eddy current NDT technology. Its industry-leading inspection technology is used for quality assurance, maintenance, and compliance with safety regulations mandating the use of NDT techniques.
NDE of Aerospace Materials & Structures 2018 is hosted by the American Society of Nondestructive Testing.