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Industry News: Carestream Health Inc. Acquires Kodak's NDT Group

ROCHESTER, NY-Carestream Health Inc. announces that Eastman Kodak Co.'s former nondestructive testing group is officially operating as part of Carestream Health. Last January, Onex Corp. announced its intentions to acquire Kodak’s Health Group, which included the Nondestructive Testing business, a maker of film and digital imaging solutions for the industrial radiography market. Now that the purchase is complete, the Health Group is doing business as Carestream Health.
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Industry News: Herrmann Ultrasonic Announces Leadership Changes

BARTLETT, IL-Herrmann Ultrasonic Inc., the North American headquarters of the Herrmann Group, announces several leadership developments. Thomas Herrmann, formerly general manager of Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc., returns to Herrmann Ultraschalltechnik GmbH & Co. KG to assume the position of CEO sales and finances. He remains president and CEO of Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc.
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Industry News: GE Offers Three Inspection Modalities

BILLERICA, MA-With the incorporation of its X-ray applications laboratory from Cincinnati into its Lewistown, PA, facility, GE Inspection Technologies now offers three modalities of nondestructive testing at one in-house location. GE invested more that $350,000 in 2006 in its Lewistown laboratory.
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The Audit: An Opportunity for Improvement

How can a company move forward if it does not know where it is? In general terms, any audit is a snapshot in time of how an organization is complying and performing to a set of requirements. If uncomfortable when hearing the word audit, then ponder this: Some organizations actually request audits-not from their customers but from their internal nondestructive (NDT) inspectors and managers. These companies have a different perspective of an NDT audit. They believe in being proactive, which is the key to not only a successful audit but the foundation of a successful organization.
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Thickness Gages Come in Colors

Ultrasonic thickness gages have progressed since their early development in the 1960s. The first thickness gages were large and bulky. However, they used the same conventional longitudinal, or compressional wave, techniques still in use today. Thickness gages are used in a wide variety of industries including automotive, manufacturing, refineries, power plants, process control, transportation, and oil and gas.
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Back To Basics: Hardness Testing

Hardness, as applied to most materials, particularly metals, has been defined in many ways by physicists, metallurgists and engineers. These definitions range from a “conglomeration of properties of a material more or less related to each other” to the commonly accepted idea of “resistance to permanent indentation.” These varied definitions point out the complexity of truly defining hardness so that it satisfies all the criteria associated with the characteristics of hardness.
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