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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.