Practical Applications for Non Contact Ultrasound

Posted on: September 29, 2014

Two primary methods for analysis in non-contact ultrasound (NCU) are X-Y imaging and continuous inspection for moving production lines. The Ultran Group has focused on developing high performance products for both such applications, with the core purpose of supporting manufacturing quality control. Depending upon the application, either X-Y scanning or continuous inspection may be best […]

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Composites World take on Ultran Technology

Posted on: September 22, 2014

Our President, Anuj Bhardwaj, had the pleasure of interviewing with Ginger Gardiner who is one of the editors for Composites World and an expert in composites industry technology and news. She recently wrote an in-depth blog about Ultran and non contact ultrasound (NCU) inspection. Its a very good read and provides a deeper understanding of […]

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Shifting Gears

Posted on: September 15, 2014

Ten years ago, non-contact ultrasound (NCU) was an obscure and nascent technology, unknown to virtually all testing experts. Today, it is quickly growing in adoption as more and more industry professionals are looking for competitive quality control solutions. With increasing knowledge about the realities of NCU, we have found a number of companies interested in […]

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Ultran at CAMX 2014

Posted on: August 28, 2014

We will be at CAMX 2014 showcasing our latest quality inspection system (U710). U710 is Ultran’s next generation, turnkey inspection solution equipped with its industry leading patented transducers, powerful and propriety software suite, and robust hardware. Optimized for use in non-contact (air-coupled), immersion, and direct/delayed contact conditions, the U710 operates in either dual or single […]

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Non-Contact Ultrasonic Analysis for Lithium Ion Battery Inspection – August 2012

Posted on: March 19, 2013

The Ultran Group has demonstrated the ability to detect significant information regarding the internal characteristics of prismatic lithium ion battery cells.  Information detected includes gas void defects, electrolyte distribution non-uniformity, and possibly point defects within anode and cathode layers. Non-Contact Ultrasonic Evaluation of Prismatic Lithium Ion Batteries

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