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The increase in replacement of conventional film radiography with advanced ultrasonic testing is fueling the global ultrasonic nondestructive test (NDT) equipment market.
Modern XRF has become a common analytical instrument technique for the quality assurance of manufactured products, including out-going product verification and production quality control as well as incoming inspection.
Some modern technology has ancient roots. Hundreds of years ago, foundry workers used sound waves to test the integrity of metal castings by tapping them with a hammer and listening to the tone of the ring.
Maintaining oil and gas facilities puts a premium on portability, speed, and ease of use.
Previously considered bulky, expensive and complex to interpret, machine vision technology has undergone continuous improvements to become an integral part of quality control for industrial or manufacturing production lines.
A built-in radio frequency reader automatically provides authorized employees with system access.
Tightening of safety regulations along with a push by end-users to extend existing infrastructure lifecycle drives market growth.
The conference theme for 2014 is: “Instrumentation and Measurement for Sustainable Development”Read More