Retrofit , Upgrade and Modifications
How does it work
The process begins with an assessment of the need and evaluation of the work extent. Clients begin by sending pictures and technical information on the system they own. A check list is used to assist. Items such as system conditions and description, known problems and requested improvements are covered. Details on the inspection needs follow to determine if the system can meet these objectives and to select the most appropriate data acquisition unit and software requirements. Based on these inputs, an initial offer is made. The offer has a base cost that includes the work described. There is also a provision for assessment of mechanical and electrical components to ensure they are working properly. The assessment leads to a situation report to finalize the work content prior to beginning the retrofit.
- Data Acquisition Upgrade to conventional or Phased Array
- New controller
- New motors, encoders, limit switches
- New electronic cabinet
- New PC
- Repair of replacement of worn electrical and mechanical components
- Rust Removal and new paint
- Tuning and testing
- Installation and Training
- Modifications to system
- new axis
- remote control
- new components
- cable management
A specific retrofit does not include all of the above. It is after assessing the condition of the system and based on the client needs that the extent of the work is defined.
- Lower cost investment
- Improvement in uptime and availability
- Higher performance both in terms of accuracy and speed
- Better ultrasonic capabilities
- Ensure continuous support
TD NDE ™ specialized in Automated UT. We understand the elements that are important to perform ultrasonic efficient and acceptable inspections. Our ultimate goal is that the immersion systems achieve the required ultrasonic performance by using the appropriate mechanical, electrical and software tools and devices.