Airbus to Use AREVA intelligeNDT Technology for Future Inspections on A350 Aircraft
Due to their innovative technology intelligeNDT was able to secure the contract against strong international competition. As the name implies, intelligeNDT is specialized in non-destructive testing (NDT) with systems for the most varied materials. The company has many years of experience both in the provision of inspection services in the nuclear sector as well as in the supply of inspection systems for the aircraft and space industries and for the German railway system, providing devices for the inspection of ICE high speed train wheelsets for Deutsche Bahn AG.
intelligeNDT is supplying Airbus with ultrasonic inspection systems for detecting possible flaws, such as air inclusions, in aircraft components which are increasingly being fabricated from carbon fibers. This poses a particular challenge as the individual components are of various sizes and geometries and must be inspected quickly with the highest degree of accuracy and reliability without causing any alteration of the material properties.
The initial package to be supplied this year will comprise seven inspection systems for Airbus manufacturing facilities in Germany, France and Spain.
With manufacturing facilities in 43 countries and a sales network in more than 100, AREVA offers customers reliable technological solutions for COs-free power generation and electricity transmission and distribution. We are the world leader in nuclear power and the only company to cover all industrial activities in this field.
Our 65,000 employees are committed to continuous improvement on a daily basis, making sustainable development the focal point of the group s industrial strategy.
AREVA s businesses help meet the 21st century s greatest challenges; making energy available to all, protecting the planet and acting responsibly towards future generations.
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