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Zetec will present new inspection instruments at BINDT NDT 2018

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Zetec Inc. will present its newest phased array ultrasonic (PAUT) and eddy current NDT technologies at the 57th Annual British Conference on Non-Destructive Testing, taking place from 10 - 12 September in Nottingham, UK.

Zetec’s booth (#13) will feature several innovative inspection products, including:

  • The new MIZ®-21C, the industry’s first truly affordable handheld eddy current instrument with surface array capabilities. The MIZ-21C’s ergonomic design, long battery life, and intuitive touchscreen mean you can inspect more areas faster than ever without fatigue. It delivers fast, accurate inspections in demanding NDT applications including aerospace, oil and gas, manufacturing, and power generation. The surface array solution can reduce inspection time by up to 95% compared to traditional handheld pencil probes, and the MIZ-21C’s mobile form factor lets you bring the power of surface array to places it has never been before.
  • The TOPAZ® family of PAUT devices, featuring the new TOPAZ64, a fully integrated, portable 64-channel instrument 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. Driven by Zetec’s UltraVision® Touch software, TOPAZ64 supports 2D matrix arrays in Pulse/Echo or Pitch/Catch modes and is capable of dual side weld inspections using two probes at the same time. With the ability to save raw A-Scan data, TOPAZ64 is ideal for record-keeping compliance or TFM post-processing without the time and cost required to rescan.

Zetec is a global leader in the development of NDT technology and serves as a single source for inspection instruments, scanners, probes, and software covering advanced phased array UT and eddy current technologies. It recently expanded its regional offices in Paris, France to accommodate growth in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India.

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