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Wavemaker® G4 Mini


The Wavemaker® G4 Mini packs the power of the G4 in a smaller lighter package that is ideal for long days on site.

The G4 Mini is available in different versions to meet our clients’ specific needs, in addition to the gPIMS Mini Collector.


New Compact® Rings


The Compact® ring is the latest addition to the GUL guided wave transduction system which has been designed to be lightweight and low profile.

This new system has been completely re‑engineered to extend the frequency data that is available in a single collection, while reducing weight, width, and height.


2017 ASNT Research Symposium

Location: Jacksonvilke, FL - USA Date: 13-16 March 2017 Our CEO, Dr David Alleyne, will be attending this year's ASNT Research Symposium. For more information about this event, please visit here.

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Updated Course Dates

There are no more places available for the Level 1 course that will take place at the end of February in Texas. Future dates Level 1 courses will be posted in the Future Courses portion of the Training section of our website. For those interested in Level 2 Qualifications: Level…

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Investigating Crack Growth Monitoring using Guided Waves

Investigating Crack Growth Monitoring using Guided Waves - London, 21 February 2017 - Guided Waves is the special feature topic in this month's issue of Insight*, the official journal of the British Institute of Non-destructive Testing (BINDT).Included in this special feature is the research paper "Crack growth monitoring using low-frequency…

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New products introduced at 2017 API Inspection Summit

New products introduced at 2017 API Inspection Summit It was a busy week in Galveston for the API Inspection Summit, with great interest in the presentation of our ground-breaking new products: QSR1, and gPIMS® thickness monitoring. Visitors to our stand were also able to get hands-on with the Compact®, our…

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