Research and development is at the heart of Innerspec Technologies. Our company invests nearly 20% of sales turnover on research and development activities including development of new products and technologies, and enhancement of existing ones. This commitment to innovation has resulted in more first-of-a-kind applications than any other company in the industry, and a leading position in the field of Non-Destructive Testing.
With more than 50 patents and a world-class team of research and development and application engineers, Innerspec has unique solutions for nearly all industrial sectors including primary metals manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, oil & gas, shipbuilding, and the nuclear industry.
Innerspec Technologies has been officially certified as “Innovative SME” by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness.
Innerspec continuously collaborates with other institutions to develop new NDT applications. If you have a project idea in mind, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will evaluate and find the best way forward.
Through Optiblanks Project, Innerspec Technologies will overcome the limitations of automotive TWB manufacturing process weld quality control with a novel hybrid technology approach. This new inspection system will enable 100% inspection of laser welded parts to identify defects such as porosity, lack of penetration, lack of side wall fusion, etc...
Innerspec Technologies has developed the first, portable, battery-operated handheld instrument that can be used to provide rail-side inspections and facilitate operation in any environment. The instrument is coupled with a proprietary, patent-pending, dual-channel sensor that does not need to be rotated during inspection thus simplifying the operation, increasing the reliability and accuracy of results, and reducing complexity and inspection cycle time.
The aim of the project is to maximize the efficiency of the steel continuous casting production process by developing an integrated solution which let slab manufacturers predict, detect and avoid defects in advanced stages of the process.
In Alexandría Project, Innerspec Technologies developed new inspection procedures and specific EMAT instrumentation which targeted the improvement of conventional techniques for cracks detection such as X-Ray or Magnetic Particle Analysis. These techniques show operational difficulties and safety hazards in contrast with EMAT technology.