Ultra­son­ic testing

In addi­tion to indus­tri­al com­put­er tomog­ra­phy, Micro­vista also offers non-destruc­tive mate­ri­als test­ing using air-cou­pled ultra­sound. Here­by, air is used as cou­pling agent instead of water and gel. This exam­i­na­tion method has the great advan­tage that it can be inte­grat­ed direct­ly into a pro­duc­tion process. It is also pos­si­ble to test objects made of eas­i­ly deformable mate­ri­als (e.g. elas­tomers).
The non-destruc­tive air­borne ultra­sound exam­i­na­tion is ide­al for test­ing for defects, inclu­sions and inho­mo­geneities in plas­tics, wood, fibre com­pos­ites, lam­i­na­tions, mul­ti-lay­er pan­el con­struc­tions and joints. A soft­ware devel­oped espe­cial­ly for test­ing con­tin­u­ous­ly dis­plays the mea­sure­ment results in inter­pretable form.

Luftgekoppelter Ultraschall