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Make informed decisions

Aircraft Owners

Enable data-driven asset management with advanced solutions to monitor the condition of your aircraft fleet for informed decision making.

Reduce downtime

Maintenance Technicians

Employ easy-to-use solutions that provide real-time data collection to identify defects, document findings and generate fast reports.

Ensure consistency

QA Managers

Detect defects early on and gain valuable data of the condition of aircraft components to ensure consistency and efficiency in quality control.

Identify and map any visible or hidden defects in metal, composites or high alloy steels with effective non-destructive methods.

Visual inspection

Record any visual defects of the aircraft and its components with AI-assisted software.

Flaw detection

Identify areas of delamination on composite materials such as aircraft wing sections.

Hardness testing

Test the hardness of aircraft turbine blades, casings, panels, cast objects and landing gear.

Gloss measuring

Measure the gloss of the paint finish on aircrafts to improve performance and ensure safety.

Unleash data-driven insights to drive continuous safety and predictive maintenance for aircrafts

Streamline visual inspection

with intelligent software

Ensure nothing is missed on pre-flight inspections or walk-around visual inspections with a customizeable digital checklist workflow. Using intelligent inspection software like Screening Eagle Inspect, you can streamline the process with automated 360 photo capabilities, AI-assistance and full-scale 3D scanning to create reality replicas of the aircraft and its components for easier explanation of the findings and advanced reporting.

Detect hidden defects

With ultrasonic flaw detectors

Ultrasonic flaw detectors are commonly used to detect and characterize defects in aircraft structures. This non-destructive method can be used to inspect a wide range of aircraft components of different materials including wings, fuselages and engine mounts. Using a rugged, portable flaw detector like the Proceq UT8000, you can conduct fast field inspections and corrosion mapping with accurate and fully traceable results.

Check metal hardness

with portable hardness testers

Portable hardness testing is a crucial non-destructive method for inspecting aircrafts and their components. From turbine blades, panels, metal hydraulic lines, cast objects and landing gears are all commonly checked with hardness testers in the aerospace industry. Assessing the hardness of these components gives indication about weak spots that cause fatigue, and brittleness which can lead to premature failure. Count on trusted portable hardness testers from the Equotip family to accurately and precisely inspect all types of components and heat treated metals to ensure air operations run smoothly.

Measure the gloss of the paint finish

with portable glossmeters

Inspecting the paint finish on aircraft is crucial, not just for aesthetic reasons. The gloss of the paint can also affect the flight performance, fuel consumption and also serves as protection against corrosion. A dull finish can affect aerodynamics, yet a high gloss finish can also have light reflection issues. Ultimately, the pain finish for aircraft all depends on its service requirements, but the best way to check whether it meets the requirements is with a gloss meter.

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