Baugh & Weedon's partner Tecnitest Ingenieros S.L. successfully completes the development and installation of an automated UT part inspection system for the NDT service at CERN's Group for Mechanical and Materials Engineering section.
Tecnitest Ingenieros S.L. has successfully completed the development and installation of an automatic ultrasonic (UT) part inspection system for the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) service at CERN's Group for Mechanical and Materials Engineering.
The system has been tailored to the customer's needs to allow quality verifications of construction elements used by CERN, with state-of-the-art materials, and with a range of different sizes and geometries.
In January 2020 Tecnitest Ingenieros S.L., was awarded this ambitious project, after presenting the most competitive technical and economic proposal in the public tender held. The system consists of a water immersion tank in which differentiated inspection environments have been created that make use of the different technologies and methods used in ultrasound-based industrial inspection.
The main characteristics of this sophisticated system, as explained by Tecnitest expert team, are:
UT Immersion Tanks
Advanced Material Inspection
Baugh and Weedon introduces Danatronic’s MTG-99, designed for the thickness measurement of non-ferrous materials.
Baugh & Weedon Ltd is pleased to now be able to offer Danatronic’s MTG-99, magnetic thickness gauge, to the UK inspection market. Simple to use, the MTG-99 non-destructively measures the thickness of any non-ferrous material up to 2.5cms thick, with access to both sides.
Typical applications include plastic bottles, toys, containers, tubing, titanium, aluminium and copper tubes and pipes as well as composite structures. A broad range of target balls are available to work with different shapes and surfaces that require inspection.
non ferrous materials
plastic thickness measureme
Pipe identification simplified for the water and gas industries, the Pipecheck 3 is now available, simply improving your safety in the field.
The PipeCheck 3 is the latest in the PipeCheck Series which has been used successfully in the UK water, gas and petrochemical industries for many years. With an established reputation for reliability and enhancing safety, the PipeCheck 3 is now housed in a more rugged and ergonomic case, developed with the operator in mind.
PipeCheck 3 is a simple to use hand-held instrument which positively identifies pipes filled with water and other fluids, using ultrasound. PipeCheck 3 is designed to address the major identification problems, experienced by engineers engaged mostly in the water and gas service industries, when old cast or spun iron pipes are exposed.
Baugh & Weedon pave the way for Kodak's Imaging Legacy....
Baugh & Weedon pave the way for Kodak's Imaging Legacy to return to the UK & Ireland's NDT market"
Baugh & Weedon Ltd is extremely pleased to announce that, from 1st April 2020, they will be the UK and Ireland Distribution Partner for KODAK Industrial X-Ray Films, working alongside the Kodak team in Rochester, USA to deliver the very best in film quality and choice for the NDT industry. On the 6th May 2019, Eastman Kodak Company announced the introduction of the KODAK Industrial X-Ray Films and Chemicals for non-destructive testing (NDT) to the US market before looking for the right partners to expand their global network. The reintroduction of non-destructive testing X-ray film products highlights Kodak’s ongoing commitment to and investment in film. Kodak’s reintroduction of EKTACHROME film is a recent example of the resurgence in demand for analogue film.
Kodak X-ray film