GE Measurement & Control – Inspection Technologies

Address:
2 Fir Tree Lane, Groby, Leicester LE3 0FH
Telephone:
+44 (0)845 601 5771
Contact:
Helen Smith: helen_j_smith@ge.com
Email address:
trans.geituksales@ge.com
Web address:
www.gemeasurement.com
Methods:
  • C - Coating Thickness Measurement
  • E - Electromagnetic General
  • E3 - Eddy Current Testing
  • EC - Erosion/Corrosion
  • O - Optical Methods General
  • O1 - Visual Inspection
  • R - Radiography General
  • R1 - Radioscopy
  • U - Ultrasonic General
  • U1 - Ultrasonic Flaw Detection and Sizing
  • U2 - Ultrasonic Thickness Gauging
Affiliations & Approvals:
  • BSI Registered Firm
  • Trade Group Member (BINDT)
Description:

GE, with its industry-leading Agfa NDT, Hocking, Krautkramer, Seifert, Phoenix and Everest VIT products, aims to be a global leader in technology-driven inspection solutions that deliver productivity, quality and safety for its customers. GE has more than 1500 employees worldwide, 25 facilities in 25 countries and sales representation in more than 120 countries, to assure quality, safety and productivity in critical parts, equipment and components.

Ultrasonics
GE's Krautkramer line of ultrasonic inspection solutions is trusted around the world. From instruments and probes to software and application support, Krautkramer's reputation is unmatched. GE also designs, manufactures and supports complete turnkey UT inspection systems for both production and laboratory installations.

Radiography
GE's Agfa NDT best-selling X-ray film and related products provide a comprehensive range of film types, chemicals and equipment, each perfectly geared to one another. But, for some applications, digital imaging makes more sense than film, which is why GE also offers a complete range of digital radiography (DR) and computed radiography (CR) imaging solutions. GE's leading-edge industrial X-ray systems range from portable and stationary equipment to small- or large-scale testing machines – fully customisable to your application-specific needs.

Eddy current
GE can meet your needs with its world-leading Mentor EM system. Probes for standard and special applications are available and GE can design and build small systems for in-line inspection.

Visual inspection
GE Inspection Technologies (formerly Everest VIT) is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of equipment for remote visual inspection methods. This equipment includes rigid borescopes, flexible fibrescopes and videoprobes, light sources and light guides.
Additionally, GE can supply equipment and personnel to carry out a wide range of visual inspections using the latest technology and methods.

Computed tomography
Phoenix|x-ray is the product line of GE for micro- and nanofocus 2D industrial X-ray inspection, as well as industrial computed tomography (micro CT and nano CT), 3D failure analysis, 3D metrology and in-line CT. GE provides a wide array of training programmes, designed to keep your staff up-to-date on all critical inspection methods. GE's Applications Centres provide a broad spectrum of services to users of non-destructive testing applications. The mission is to bring together worldwide knowledge and experience across multiple industries and modalities to help customers to quickly solve their inspection application problems. GE currently has Applications Centres around the world, covering a wide range of non-destructive testing modalities. These include:

  • Asia (Shanghai, China): XR, CR, DR, UT, EC, film.
  • Europe (Berchem, Belgium): XR, CR, DR, film.
  • Europe (Ahrensburg, Germany): XR, DR.
  • Europe (Huerth, Germany): UT, EC.
  • Europe (Limonest, France): UT, XR.
  • Europe (Leicester, United Kingdom): UT, XR, CR, DR, EC.
  • United States (Cincinnati, OH): XR, CR, DR.

 

These Applications Centres review customer questions and customer-supplied tests to provide expert recommendations on how the applications problem can be solved, including equipment recommendations.

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