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TraiNDE UT is a virtual tool associated with a signal database which simulates real inspection conditions for numerous applications (Type A/V1 block, DAC block, welds and plates).
This NDT educational tool, developed in Région Nouvelle Aquitaine (France), is aimed at training centers, universities and companies with internal training and certification needs.
WHY SHOULD I BUY TRAINDE UT ?
DISCOVER WHAT YOU CAN DO IN TRAINDE UT AND NOT IN REALITY !
The educational functionalities:
- zone coverage,
- section view, etc.
will help you to more effectively teach hands-on of Ultrasonic Testing.
The variety of built-in exercises help to learn a number of skills such as detection, sizing and characterization of indications.
TraiNDE UT v1.2 is now available : Discover the new “Device Connected” Option
TraiNDE UT Device Connected allows you to connect the TraiNDE UT exercises and signals to your flaw detector of your choice.
It has been tested on the Epoch 650 from Olympus, the Wave from Sonatest, the UT8000 from Proceq and the Ekosmart from Ekoscan. It should be compatible with any conventional UT System.
Why should I take this “Device Connected” option?
- I want my trainees to learn efficiently with the system they will use for the exam’ and on site.
- I want to practice UT anywhere with my flaw detector
- I want to show and test my system features without carrying heavy blocks
- I want to challenge easily inspectors candidates’ abilities with the actual procedure
- It’s affordable
OUR VIRTUAL SAMPLES
TraiNDE UT is delivered with 11 virtual components (6 plates, 3 welds and 2 educational blocks) plus their calibration blocks (V1 and DAC) packaged in exercises.
You can also customize your TraiNDE UT :
- Create/edit your exercises
- Buy additional components in our store (under construction)
- Buy custom bases for you own components and application cases (please contact us)
Additionnal packages are now available : blind blocks, plates, welds.
TraiNDE UT software
PC + external screen
To better visualize TRAINDE UT and see tutorials on it, check out the TraiNDE UT playlist on EXTENDE’s YouTube channel.