Testimonials — See what some of the eminent personalities in NDE say about our technology


“A high temperature sensor like Detect would be useful in an application to permanently monitor high temperature piping”
— OSWALDO DIAZ, Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Supervisor at TechCorr
 
“Detecting defects and corrosion is more art then science and would need an experienced technician to run and interpret the data.”
— VENUGPPAL VARMA, Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratories
 
“High temperature systems (>125°C or 250°F) would be useful to monitor high temperature pipelines at power plants, especially nuclear power plants.”
— MIKE QUARRY, Project Manager at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
 
“I don’t think the high temperature market has been addressed properly yet; because of the high temperatures involved it is really a cutting edge problem at the moment in terms of the glues that keep the transducers together, etc. We have developed transducers capable of withstanding typical temperatures involved at nuclear power plants, so a system in on the way.”
— KEITH THORNICROFT, Engineer at Plant Integrity, LTD
 
“High temperature sensors are a ‘hot topic’ in the area of guided wave ultrasonics.”
— JOSEPH ROSE, Professor at Penn State University and founder of Feature Based Systems
 
“This tool would be useful for us, if I see extensive trials and results before I would purchase one.”
— OSWALDO DIAZ, Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE)