Sensor Networks, Inc. (SNI) recently held a press conference in cooperation with the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County (CBICC) at SNI’s new facility on 366 Walker Drive, State College, PA. The press conference was held to kick-off remodeling in SNI’s new building and to announce a generous $122,000 grant for SNI’s new operation made possible by CBICC. The grant came from Centre County and six surrounding municipalities including the Borough of State College and College Township. At the event Jim Barshinger, SNI’s Chief Technology Officer, and Jeff Anderson, SNI's President and General Manager spoke to media and state, county and municipal officials about the grant and their future growth and employment plans.
Exactly four and half years after SNI got its start, our first patent was issued by USPTO for an ASSET-CONDITION MONITORING SYSTEM representing the core idea behind the company’s original vision.
Computer modeling of the acoustic energy in phased-array UT examination of nuclear-vessel bolts saves time, money and increases both POD and inspection productivity.
Ever wonder how phased-array UT applications are solved? Ever wonder how phased-array UT transducers are designed and built? Check out this video to learn more:
Recently, Sensor Networks, Inc. of Boalsburg, PA received a visit from a large user of PAUT transducers. As is customary, Mr. Jeff Anderson gave this special visitor a tour of its Boalsburg, PA factory to show the end user the many steps involved in making high-end, standard or custom PAUT probes.
Sensor Networks Inc. is pleased to announce the newest member to its fast-growing, talented and experienced team of NDT professionals: Mr. Richard F. Mitchell
We're pleased to introduce two of our newest employees Ben Lapp and Hannah Deal. They both will serve our growing marketing and communications department.
Protect a $5,000 phased-array transducer assembly with a $3 strain relief
Few people wake up in the morning and truly appreciate their cable’s strain reliefs. But SNI does.
In fact, in working with our key suppliers, we’ve spent a fair amount of time and money to develop an engineered product that will give our phased-array transducer customers added protection and insurance against cable failures.
Transducers are electro-mechanical devices that see wear and tear thorough normal usage especially with bending and twisting of the cable and its interface to the probe housing. A 128-element array transducer has two ends and 256 solder joints per end or over 500 solder connections per transducer!
Sensor Networks, Inc. (SNI) has strategically invested in people, processes and equipment to be a world-class, vertically-integrated UT transducer design-build shop. Whether it’s rapid prototyping of custom phased-array transducers or high-volume manufacturing of conventional single-element probes, our two-shift, on-premises machine shop ensures fast turnaround, high quality and a competitive cost position.
Sensor Networks, Inc.’s (SNI) unique PTZx Pan-Tilt-Zoom camera inspection system is easily adapted to inspecting overhead, at-grade or underground tanks, vessels and piping systems. The PTZx family is commonly used at nuclear & fossil electric power plants, refineries and chemical facilities for man-less entry tank and confined space inspections.