There has been an increase in the use of composite materials in the aerospace industry which is driving a need for new NDT techniques that can rapidly scan large structures and provide quantitative data on the material integrity. In many applications there are common requirements for the ultrasonic inspection of composites for porosity, delamination, foreign body contamination and fibre wrinkling. Traditional methods of ultrasonic inspection require the use of a single-point probe or a multiplexed group of probes.
- Higher Productivity
- Flaw Characterisation
- Reduce Probe Swapping
- Frequency range from 2 to 10 MHz depending on the thickness and attenuation