Sonatest leads with well established and innovative ultrasonic methods for testing materials and joints.
Vehicle weight has been reduced to increase fuel efficiency. Maintaining structural integrity and safety with less or alternative composite materials has created the need for more and improved ultrasonic techniques.
Inspection of a Welded T-joint
The main types of T-joint welds are inspected with conventional UT, where common defects are generally cracks and lack of fusion. Having a better…
Polyurethane Adhesive Bond Inspection
Polyurethane adhesive bond inspection technique and appropriate probe selection
Assessing Porosities in CFRP Laminates with Ultrasonic NDT
Carbon fibre reinforced polymers (CFRP) are manufactured differently to one and other to strict standards and quality control regimes which are based…
Aerospace Structural Control
Improving resistance properties in composite is all about improving stress and strain resistance such as ultimate tensile strength.
Friction weld Inspection with TOFD
Friction weld is a solid-state welding process that generates heat through mechanical friction between two workpieces in relative motion.
Retaining the best features of the established veo phased array line, the new veo+ is designed to meet the needs of today and tomorrow, making the…
Single Element WheelProbe
The Single Element WheelProbe uses Sonatest rubber technology for near-dry ultrasonic coupling.
The WheelProbe 2 is proving to be unrivalled in the field of composite inspection and corrosion monitoring in terms of speed and ease of use, in…
The prisma ultrasonic flaw detector offers the end user, outstanding performance in the field together with the flexibility and capability to step up…