The product range includes coordinate measuring machines, optical and multi-sensor systems as well as metrology software for the automotive, aircraft, mechanical engineering, plastics and medical technology industries.
A comprehensive material verification program includes testing weld wire, round bar, small bore pipe and bolting. Handheld libs analyzers can optimize access to such parts, providing a comprehensive, on-site solution for QA programs.
The owner/operators of equipment such as vessels, furnaces, boilers, exchangers, tanks, and associated piping and instruments rely on an integrity management program designed to assess the reliability and protect the integrity of the equipment for safe and efficient operation.
When a process is totally automated and integrated into the internet of things (IoT), we are only able to ensure that the right product is manufactured through quality control by showing the elemental composition of incoming and outgoing materials using the most modern and latest spectrometer technology.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our daily lives on an unprecedented global scale. The need to alter our way of life to try to mitigate and contain the virus has made us press pause on everything we take for granted, from visiting family and friends to travelling to work and business continuity.
X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a nondestructive testing method that has been around for over 100 years. It is used in many industries and it has several specific applications that are very critical. So, what is it and how does it work?
Electroless nickel (EN) is industry’s most common plated finish. It’s widely used for applications that demand wear resistance, hardness and corrosion protection—particularly if parts have complex geometries. It is also used in PCB manufacturing within a process known as ENIG, electroless nickel immersion gold.