Eddyfi Technologies: Discover the latest NDT Innovations

Isbel Lázaro.

Eddyfi Technologies

Inspenet, December 07, 2023.

Textual note taken from Eddyfi Technologies in November 2023.

Unveil the Power of UltraVision® Software for Capture™ and Acquire Data

UltraVision® software has stood steadfast in the world of non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection software for over a quarter-century. Since its inception in 1996 under the name TomoView, UltraVision has undergone a remarkable transformation, redefining the very essence of NDT inspections. This latest update is no exception. Keep reading for a sneak peekv into one ‘ultra’-anticipated enhancement – the compatibility of Capture™ and Acquire data files. What does this mean for you? Let’s take a closer look

All Highs, No Lows, with ACFM® for Ensuring Roller Coaster and Ski Lift Equipment Safety

From exhilarating amusement park attractions to the tranquil ski resort slopes, these leisure activities share a common hurdle: the need to detect fatigue cracks swiftly and effectively to prevent disruptions and long waiting times. This sector has witnessed a remarkable shift in non-destructive testing (NDT) solutions, courtesy of the groundbreaking technology known as alternating current field measurement (ACFM®). Embark on a journey through the historical milestones of ACFM inspection and explore recent advances in galvanized steel inspection that will leave you thrilled and excited (or at least a little less nervous about partaking in the fun). Ride through how innovation has evolved to meet industry demands as we look at the latest developments including the reliable inspection of galvanized steel structures with real-life application examples. Additionally, we’ll discuss a novel crack sizing method utilizing the fillet weld probe that simplifies inspection and repair work like never before.

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Addressing Stainless Steel and Dissimilar Metal Weld Inspection with Advanced Phased Array Ultrasonic Techniques

Phased array ultrasonic testing is a mature and widely adopted technology that allows for the inspection of critical components in various industries. Over the last five years, new techniques like full matrix capture and live total focusing method have been available on most high-end phased array ultrasonic testing units. They have been introduced in ASME codes and ISO standards with dedicated training courses, as prescribed by the codes, offered by large training centers.

However, innovation is ongoing and non-destructive testing equipment vendors are constantly working to make the inspection process as seamless as possible. There is always a desire to make inspections easier to setup, faster to perform, and inspection data imaging quality improved for best informed decisions—especially when it comes to the unique factors presented with stainless steel and dissimilar metal weld inspection.

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