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Analysis on M2M Gekko Capture 2.3

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies The following image is an inspection done with two phased-array probes. In the new version of M2M Capture, it is now possible to […]


New tools to avoid missing data in M2M Capture

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies The right scanning speed depends on the PRF of the equipment, the soundpath of the ultrasound and the amount of data that the […]


Delay law calculator extended in M2M Capture V2.3

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies Another peak view at the 2.3 version of M2M Capture coming up in the next couple of days. M2M Capture can handle […]


Wizard to check the angle/height of a wedge

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies A sectorial view is based on the ultrasonic and geometrical parameters of the material, probe and wedge entered by the operator. If […]


Phased-array bolt inspection with Gekko

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies We detected a 0.5-mm high crack hidden in the threads of a long bolt (400mm). We used a 10L64-G3 probe positioned on […]


FMC data analysis with the Gekko and CIVA Analysis

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies FMC data analysis with the Gekko and CIVA Analysis The Gekko and the Mantis are portable phased-array units that offer real-time TFM […]


Pitting detection with TFM and MANTIS

Here is a comparison of a linear scanning using 8 elements focused close to the backwall and a TFM using 64 elements with 5L64 probe. The gain is set to […]


Flange corrosion

TFM and PAUT combined on flange face corrosion: A dedicated application developed by Buffalo Inspection. GEKKO and the TFM function allows high POD and clear result interpretation.    


Polyethylene weld inspection using TFM

Guillaume Neau, VP sales M2M products at Eddyfi Technologies, explaining the TFM imaging of a polyethylene weld inspection, using a 2MHz probe and the GEKKO. Sharing credits Byron Rubio Godoy 


GEKKO recognized in Shell Tiger Times

February 2018 The Shell Geismar Tiger AO4 project has been saving time using the phased-array flaw detector GEKKO to inspect heavy welds. M2M team is proud to have been mentionned […]


Nozzle-to-pipe inspection from the nozzle side

By Frederic Reverdy, M2M Product Sales Specialist at Eddyfi Technologies A while back we posted an article showing the application developed for Capture (GEKKO and MANTIS software) for the inspection of nozzle-to-pipe […]


Inspection of a small nozzle with GEKKO

By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M We looked at a small nozzle (1″ diameter) with a 5L16 small foot print phased-array probe. The nozzle was too small to […]


Multi-group weld inspection using MANTIS

This article shows a video of a multi-group weld inspection, using 2 phased-array and a pair of TOFD probes. With a PRF up to 20 kHZ and the streamlined CAPTURE […]


Y-joint inspection

By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M A while back we had a post about a T-joint inspection with GEKKO. We just received a nice carbon steel Y-joint from Sonaspection […]


Surface breaking crack characterization with TFM

By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M A while back I had a post about surface breaking crack characterization using TFM on calibrated notches (read here). This post showed […]


Why 800% screen height?

By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M     We are looking to detect a notch along a hole of a titanium β component. We use a 2D CAD […]


Nozzle inspection on GEKKO

By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M Ultrasonic Inspection of nozzles has always been a challenge due to the geometrical complexity of the component, the changing surface curvature and […]


Corrosion

Corrosion can induce wall thickness and pitting. Challenge is to map fast with high accuracy and high probability of detection.The GEKKO, associated to 2 axis-scanner, offers the best solution for […]


Field inspection of a nozzle using GEKKO

By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M   Even without scanner it is possible to have a cross-section by simply entering the position of the probe making it possible […]


GEKKO has molted

14/06/2017 M2M, introduces the latest release of GEKKO 2.0. It improves productivity and ergonomics while keeping up with innovations in PAUT and TFM. M2M also includes in this release hardware […]


Delay law Focalization in M2M Gekko

Delay laws are in essence what phased-array technique is all about. We can electronically scan, steer and focus the energy by adapting the time delay to each element. Let’s focus […]


GEKKO recognised CSWIP and PCN

13/04/2016 Flaw detector GEKKO recognised CSWIP and PCN by TWI training and examination services Flaw detector GEKKO is now certified by CSWIP and PCN Awarding Body, for both Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) […]


Why 64 elements?

By Guillaume Neau, VP M2M business development at Eddyfi Technologies Here is an example of the importance of the probe aperture for defect characterization. The same cluster of 0.5mm SDH viewed […]


New standard ISO 18563-1:2015

M2M ready for phased-array new standard ISO 18563-1:2015 M2M, Les Ulis, June 29th 2015 – Since June 2015, a new standard for the characterization and checking of ultrasonic phased-array equipment took […]