Pulse Thermography

Pulse thermographyis a non-destructive technique used to find defects in aircraft and aerospace components. Pulse thermography allows materials to be inspected very quickly for near-surface defects and bonding weaknesses.In pulse thermography the material to be inspected is heated up equally using a very short heat pulse. During the longer pulse phase thermography acquisition period, the test object continues to cool and the decaying signal becomes increasingly susceptible to noise and reflection of background radiation from the test surface.
Defects, bonding faults and corrosion can be observed using a thermographic camera on the surface.

All our inspectors are level II or level III certified to EN4179/NAS410 or ASNT, where relevant.

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