Both configurations use high quality servomotors equipped with gearboxes and optical encoders. The Gantry system also comes with all the required water metering and filtering equipment. Our Squirter Gantry Systems can be used in ultrasonic thru-transmission (TT) and Pulse-Echo (PE) testing techniques which are most commonly used when inspecting thick composite materials for delaminations; and sandwiched honeycombs for evaluating the presence of bond failure or crushed cores. The system produces A-Scan, C-Scan and B-Scan images of the inspected structure and defects as small as 1 mm can be detected and mapped on the 3D C-Scans.
Finally, the control room represents the center of operation of the Gantry system. It consists of an air-conditioned room equipped with industrial enclosures containing the workstation unit, all the required electronics including all motor drive electronics, as well as motion control and inspection hardware. The Gantry scanning system is operated using our TecView™ UT software package, which controls all the axes, sets up all inspection parameters and performs all required analysis of the collected data.