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NDI Immersion System from BRIC Engineered Systems

Immersion Inspection is a test method in which the test object and the transducer are submerged in a liquid (usually water) that acts as the coupling medium. The probe is not usually in contact with the test specimen.

An immersion system is a device in which the test procedure is carried out and is usually automated with motors and encoders for controlling the probe position and reading the ultrasonic data. Midas-ndt manufacture a range of standard immersion systems and a selection of systems for specialist requirements.

General Purpose Immersion Systems

General purpose immersion systems can be manufactured in any size and can incorporate turn-tables (aero-engine disc inspection), roller blocks (tube inspection) or any other specialist equipment to customer requirements.

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