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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Industrial Sector

Tecnatom will supply another ultrasound system to China

The Chinese company Dongbei Special Steel Group has awarded Tecnatom the supply of an ultrasonic system with phased-array technology, called BUT CP4, which will be used for bar inspection. This new system is characterised by...

New Tecnatom Group headquarters in Bilbao

As part of the Tecnatom Group’s policy of diversification and expansion, our subsidiary Ibercal Inspectores y Consultores has opened new facilities at its headquarters in Bilbao. These facilities are more versatile and modern and, in...

ETboxMB: portable inspection instrument

As part of its on-going effort to innovate and improve its inspection systems, Tecnatom has developed a new non-destructive testing system known as ETboxMB. This equipment is part of the ETbox family and completes the...

Automatic BWR Nozzle Inspection System

Tecnatom presents its new TECTUS system for the automatic inspection of BWR reactor nozzle welds. This equipment will make it possible to reduce both inspection times and radiation doses. It will also allow the...

New visual inspection techniques

Tecnatom presents two new artificial vision technology developments with multiple applications in the field of inspection.  These are known as uDIM and uVIS and are the first commercial products to emerge from the DIRAC...

AAUT project

Tecnatom has been awarded with a R&D project called AAUT: “Automatic analysis of steam generator tubes from nuclear power plants, inspected by eddy currents”. The Project has been co-funded by the Centre for the...

New inspection software

Tecnatom has developed a new software that allows for the fully automated checking of the correct positioning of aircraft parts to be inspected, such that their position is in keeping with the inspection plan...

TEAH_Factors Suite project for Control Rooms

Tecnatom has undertaken the innovation and development project known as TEAH_Factors Suite within the framework of a programme with the Centre for Industrial Technology Development (CDTI) and the European Regional Development Fund.  This project...

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