GE Sensing & Inspection provides rail wheel inspection solution

  • 21-May-2009 02:59 EDT
Taiyuan Heavy Industry Co. (TYHI), a manufacturer of rail wheels, axles, and wheel sets in China, selected GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies as its provider of ultrasonic inspection equipment for rail wheel production. GE’s advanced ultrasonic testing machines can perform an inspection of an entire wheel in 1 min, elevating productivity of TYHI’s wheel manufacturing process and reducing inspection cost. For this project, GE offered TYHI a turnkey ultrasonic inspection solution. This system solution, based on phased array technology, was specially developed for railway applications.
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