Many of our customers are looking for methods of non-destructive materials testing or process monitoring and discover the versatility of acoustic testing methods. Our experience shows that acoustic sensors can be deployed successfully where optical systems, for example, are not suitable due to their technical limitations and manual checks are too time-consuming and therefore not cost-effective.
Acoustic changes can reveal leaks in containers, cracks in materials such as metal, ceramics or glass, geometric defects and other quality differences in a wide range of products. Acoustic methods are used to monitor production processes and ensure the quality of final products.
In addition, the acoustic properties of production equipment and other industrial plants, often in combination with other operating parameters, provide valuable information about their condition. Building on this, acoustic sensors can also make decisive contributions to the development of predictive maintenance concepts.
The benefits of our developments are in their high processing speed, which enables acoustic analyses to be carried out in real-time and in-line, if necessary. The range of applications is broad. Acoustic sensor systems are currently used in the food processing and packaging industries, for example.
We develop individual solutions for specific applications.