Technological advancements in distance gain sizing result in greater inspection accuracy and reliability.
February 3, 2014
For more than 50 years, Distance Gain Size (DGS) inspections have been performed for the code compliant flaw detection and sizing of welds across oil and gas, power generation and general fabrication applications. They are also used to inspect tubes, pipes, pressure vessels, containers and pumps.
The global non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment market registered good growth from 2007 through 2012. The market is forecast to reach $2.052 billion by 2018 continuing its solid growth over the next five years.
Dynasil, a developer of sensing, detection and analysis technology for homeland security, medical and industrial applications, announced it has regained compliance with the $1.00 minimum bid price requirement for continued listing on the NASDAQ Capital Market.
When processes fail unexpectedly, companies face irrecoverable loss of revenue and profit, not to mention the potential for irreparable damage to their brand. Failures are multivariate: they can be found in individual parts, entire machines, or within a process.