Advantages of Resonant Acoustic Method
Why Choose NDT-RAM Resonant Inspection for Non-Destructive Testing?
Non-Destructive Testing using the Resonance Acoustic Method offers many advantages over other test methods.
No Part Preparation - no need for fixturing, cleaning, magnetizing, dye, or other preparation; parts can be tested in the production line
Fast - each part is fully inspected in one to three seconds typical*, making it easy to implement 100% inspection of production parts
Objective – no operator interpretation needed; Pass or Fail results are clearly displayed on the screen
Complete – NDT-RAM is a whole-body test method: the entire part is tested at once instead of having to test a part multiple times in different locations
Accurate - computerized Pass/Fail acceptance results ensure inspection accuracy
Versatile - system can be used to test many different parts; select the desired part from a pull-down menu and begin testing
Easy to Use - simple terminology makes NDT-RAM easy to learn and operate
Configurable - many of the same components in the portable unit are used in the automated system; the technology has been designed with automation in mind
Flexible - contact or non-contact testing; sensors can be either accelerometers or microphones
Rugged - designed to withstand a wide range of plant environments
Secure - provides password protection for three user levels: manager, technician, inspector
Report Generation - a detailed or summary report, including statistical analysis, is easily generated; database data recording option included with all systems
Value Added - confidence that every part is tested and that approved parts are defective free allows you to focus your attention and efforts on your core business
Service - our trained and experienced service staff is committed to serving our customers' needs
*Part throughput rate dependent upon part size, belt size, data acquisition setup parameters, and other part handling requirements
NDT-RAM was designed to help you deliver fully inspected parts economically, accurately and on time.
• What is Non-Destructive Testing?
• Resonant Acoustic Method
• How the Equipment Works
• Measurement and Detection Principles
• Case Studies
• Comparison of Non-Destructive Methods
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