Test and Evaluate without Any Damage
Non-destructive testing (NDT) covers all the techniques used to analyze something without causing damage. Most NDT methods use visual inspection or x-ray analysis. NDT has been used in a wide variety of fields, such as food, automotive, aerospace, and semiconductors.
The goals of NDT include:
- Controlling product quality on the manufacturing line (machine vision)
- Checking the manufacturing process for faults
- Helping to prevent damage of high voltage lines (power grid maintenance)
- Analyzing the chemical composition of materials (material analysis)
- Measuring the shape of a laser beam (laser beam profiling) or analyzing combustion flow.
Photonis offers OEMs and integrators intensified cameras from Ultra-Violet (UV) to Near Infrared (NIR), as well as Short Wave Infrared cameras (SWIR) or Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) to support these challenges.
Each bandwidth contributes to identify specific faults. Combining wavelengths can optimize the control efficiency. Photonis cameras are compact and easy-to-use, with standard interfaces that enable easy integration.
To request more information or a quotation for Photonis products, contact IL Photonics.