Opgal’s NDTherm Enables Non-Destructive Testing Based on Thermal Imaging

KARMIEL, Israel -- Following several years of research and development, and after successfully testing a large number of parts and building a global distribution network, Opgal is officially announcing general availability of NDTherm™ - its Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) solution based on thermal imaging. Using active thermography and unique algorithms, NDTherm™ enables fast, safe, contact-free, cost effective, easy to use, real-time inspection of parts. It detects deep flaws in various composite materials and structures such as CFRP, sandwich structures, hybrids and porous materials. NDTherm™ can be applied on small or large surfaces, including cases where access is only possible from one side of the structure.

Available in three form factors - portable, fixed and automated - Opgal NDTherm™ is capable of inspecting materials at various stages of the manufacturing process:

The portable system, NDTherm™ NT is positioned for in-service applications and enables regular maintenance and efficient damage assessment. Suitable for a one-man operation, this compact system allows easy transportation and quick deployment in the field. Designed for production lines or testing environments, NDTherm™ FX offers enhanced image output to enable intuitive and accurate assessments, as well as built-in reporting capabilities. NDTherm™ AU is a customized system with a variety of testing capabilities for automatically inspecting large parts and complex shapes.

NDTherm is available from Opgal via a growing network of solution providers and distributors in all major countries.

For more details, visits:
http://www.opgal.com
http://www.ndtherm.com

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