Optimize Weld Inspection with the Mentor EM

The landscape of non-destructive testing (NDT) has changed significantly over the past 15 years – from increasing complexity of inspections to the rapidly retiring workforce to demanding Environmental Health and Safety regulations. Each change brought with it the need for improved testing and inspection technology. To ensure you’re ready for the next wave of changes, don’t be caught off guard by outdated inspection technology.

To help companies address these issues, David Jankowski, product sales leader at GE Inspection Technologies, and Daniel Groninger, program manager at GE Inspection Technologies, recently held a webinar on how operators can optimize weld inspection and adapt to the times with GE’s Mentor EM Eddy Current Portable Tester.

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As a full featured Eddy Current Flaw Detector, Mentor EM provides an effective, efficient and reliable means to perform weld inspection. Here’s why an eddy current tester like the Mentor EM provides the most optimized inspection quality:

  • Eddy current is environmentally friendly and an approved technique for weld inspection – meaning it will meet updated EHS regulations.
  • Mentor EM allows rapid weld inspection by all levels of inspectors – from the seasoned expert to the newly qualified, ensuring the next generation of inspectors can easily use the product and complete their job.
  • With our Mentor Create feature, Mentor EM enables easy customization of the user interface – suiting the applications and skill level of the inspector.
  • Workflows can be easily transferred from the PC to Mentor and quickly shared between remote sites – by simply emailing or sending wirelessly.

For Mentor EM demonstrations and more details on its advantages, watch the full webinar here.

Interested in learning more about Mentor EM? Contact your local GE Inspections Technologies sales engineer for more information, who can even arrange an on-site demo of the Mentor EM.

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