Manual Liquid Penetrant Inspection Equipment & Systems
With Gould Bass liquid penetrant inspection modular system components it is possible to provide a customized system for each installation. The equipment stations are built from compatible materials and to mutually compatible sizes so they can be coupled together to form a liquid penetrant inspection system.
The first step is to determine the proper approach to the penetrant inspection problem. The approach depends on the kind of part to be tested, together with its characteristic defects. Once the approach is decided, the types and quantities of stations can be selected.
Station size will be determined by part size, weight, shape, and other characteristics. Arrangement of the stations will depend on space availability and configuration of the production line. For some applications, optional features or customized construction may be required.
If you are considering a custom system, a TED applications engineer with in-depth knowledge of liquid penetrant inspection equipment will work with you to determine the ideal solution for your unique requirements and specifications. Once the system design is approved, we will fabricate the system, check it out, and instruct your personnel in its proper use.
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