Testing and Measuring

Whether you need to measure dimensions or perform some sort of flaw detection on sheet, tube, or pipe, you'll find what you need in this technology area. It discusses measuring coordinates, diameters, and hardnesses; flaw detection using eddy current, ultrasonic, radiographic, and X-ray systems; and using a few other equipment types, such as vision systems and material composition analyzers.

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Second-generation tube weld inspection system introduced

April 12, 2010

Xiris Automation Inc. has begun shipping its second-generation postweld inspection system. Designed to be installed right after the weld head in tube and pipe mills, the WI2000p inspects and detects a...

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Seam monitoring device designed for high-frequency longitudinally welded tube production

April 12, 2010

Blissenbach has introduced a seam monitoring device used in combination with ID scarfing tools for the production of high-frequency longitudinally welded tubes. The product monitors cutting edge...

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Bluetooth interface allows scopes to transmit date more than 30 ft.

March 5, 2010

Fischer Technology has announced the availability of a Bluetooth® interface for its DELTASCOPE® FMP30, ISOSCOPE® FMP30, and DUALSCOPEr® FMP40 coating thickness instruments. The...

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Criterion NDT formed to provide NDT testing products, services

March 5, 2010

The new company Criterion NDT Inc. has opened in Auburn, Wash., providing eddy current NDT instruments, probes, and services for testing critical components in the automotive; medical; and bar, tube,...

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Flowmeter enables nonintrusive pipe flow measurement

February 9, 2010

Shenitech LLC has announced the availability of its third-generation STUF-300F1B wall-mount transit-time flowmeter. Designed for nonintrusive pipe flow measurement, the flowmeter uses a pair of...

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3-D scanner captures images from all angles, combines them into one

February 9, 2010

Exact Metrology Inc. has introduced the MH 3-D scanner from Artec. The lightweight, hand-held 3-D scanner allows users to scan target objects from any angle. The scanner requires no mounts or markers....

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Structural welding design, specification seminars scheduled for spring

February 9, 2010

The Steel Structures Technology Center, Howell, Mich., has announced its spring 2010 seminar on the design and specification of welding for steel-framed structures using the AWS D1.1 Structural...

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Tubotech 2009 attracts 16,500 visitors to Brazil

January 12, 2010

At Tubotech 2009, 5th International Tube, Fittings and Components Fair, in Sao Paulo, more than 16,500 visitors came to see 320 companies from 15 countries presenting the latest in pipes, pipe-making...

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Mobile rig tests, certifies actual pull of magnets with lift capacity up to 17,600 lbs.

December 15, 2009

Walker Magnetics has introduced the mobile test rig for on-site testing of lifting magnets. The 6-ft.-tall stand is used to test and certify the actual pull of any magnet with a lift capacity up to...

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Nut sensors available in toughened and standard duty versions

December 15, 2009

Norgren Automation Solutions has introduced NAS nut sensors in toughened and standard-duty versions for M5, M6, M8, M10, and M12 nuts.The nut sensors perform nut and thread sensing, hidden nut...

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Part movement system for CMMs helps increase productivity, throughput

December 15, 2009

Mod Tech Industries Inc. has released the Air Assist Movement (AAM) system, designed to help increase the productivity and throughput of CMMs. The system comprises two plates, locator stops, bumpers...

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Wilson® Instruments establishes new Web site

December 15, 2009

Wilson Instruments, an Instron® company, Norwood, Mass., has announced the launch of its new Web site at www.wilsoninstruments.com.Showcasing the company's new design and logo, the site highlights...

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Industrial camera inspects pipelines up to 200 ft. long, as small as 1.0 in. diameter

November 10, 2009

Advanced Inspection Technologies (AIT) has introduced the PILIT™ industrial push camera. The 32-lb. camera inspects pipelines up to 200 ft. long and industrial lines as small as 1.0 in. in...

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LMI Technologies names CEO

November 10, 2009

LMI Technologies Inc. (LMI), Delta, B.C., Canada, has appointed Terry Arden as the company's new CEO. He replaces Len Metcalfe, a founder of the company and former CEO, who continues to serve as...

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Adept Technology hires director of global sales, marketing

November 10, 2009

Adept Technology Inc., Pleasanton, Calif., has appointed Rush LaSelle as director of global sales and marketing. He is responsible for the company's global sales and marketing initiatives.LaSelle has...

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