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Aerospace Testing 2009 showcases industry's innovators in exhibition hall

Innovation and advances in technology is what makes the Aerospace Testing Design & Manufacturing Expo such a popular event for the aerospace engineering fraternity and this year a number of new products and achievements are being promoted by exhibitors at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre during 21-23 April 2009.

DÜRR NDT is introducing its new Computer Radiography Image Plate Scanners for NDT Application in Aerospace Testing. DÜRR NDT is the only company worldwide which has reached or superseded the stringent parameters for high resolution IP Scanner systems of this size, established by the German Institute of Material Testing (BAM). The HD- CR 35 Scanner is therefore the only certified scanner of this type worldwide, reaching 40µm BSR from IP1 to IP6, concerning the EN 14784 / ASTME 2446.

The UK's Bodycote Testing Group's Bridgwater facility has become one of the few laboratories in Europe to offer testing services for measuring energy absorption and related impact properties of polymers, metals composites and resulting final components with the installation of a Dynatup 9250 system. Ideally suited for use in aerospace, automotive, biomedical and finished product applications, the Dynatup 9250 drop tower is completely computer controlled using Impulse®, a software and electronics package designed specifically for impact testing. Meanwhile Bodycote Testing's European Technology Centre based in Linköping, Sweden has been approved by Nadcap for the testing of composite materials for the aerospace industry. The laboratory is one of the first in the world to receive approval for this type of testing.

The Vibration Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc., (PCB®) has introduced a new line of high temperature piezoelectric charge output accelerometers for vibration studies on aircraft engines, and other high temperature measurement environments.

Teletronics Technology Corporation (TTC) is showcasing two network-based flight recorders at Booth D174. The nREC-4000S and the nREC-6000 are unique, processor-based data recorders which include support for hardware-assisted IEEE 1588 time protocol and are designed for accurate and efficient recording of Ethernet traffic in difficult environments. The nREC-4000S and the nREC-6000 are ruggedized for ground or airborne applications, and include built-in intelligence with real-time health monitoring and statistic reporting, including performance and storage data.

A powerful Radio-Sensor-Telemetry for airborne applications adapted to hard environment is being highlighted by Manner Sensortelemetrie GmbH. It has developed a new multi-channel-radio-sensor telemetry system especially developed for airborne test applications of helicopters or turboprop aircraft.

Press release issued by Aerospace 09 on March 26, 2009


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