Since 1989, when Innerspec engineers designed a complete system for inspection of the booster rockets of the space shuttle, we can claim more first-of-a-kind NDT developments than any company in our industry. Innerspec pioneered commercial applications of Electro Magnetic Acoustic Transducers (EMAT) in the mid-90s becoming the world leader in this technology with hundreds of systems installed worldwide. More recently, we have added other techniques to our portfolio to serve our customers with all their advanced non-destructive testing needs.
Innerspec is headquartered in Forest, Virginia (USA) and Madrid (Spain) with an unmatched team of researchers, development engineers, customer support specialists and technicians dedicated to design and support our products and services. Our offices in America, Europe and China along with representatives around the globe provide commercial and technical support with factory trained personnel.
Our mission is to provide the most effective non-destructive inspection solutions using advanced research and engineering.
Our vision is to be the global leader in advanced NDT, and the preferred resource for any company that wants a partner capable and eager to solve their most complex inspection needs.
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