New Zetec Topaz32 Ultrasonic Instrument Redefines Inspection Performance and Productivity

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2X Faster and More Powerful Than Previous Versions

Zetec Topaz32 Ultrasonic Instrument

Topaz32 reduces typical processing times by up to 50% at setup creation, calibration or reporting compared with previous versions.

Zetec, Inc. introduces the New Topaz®32, a fully integrated phased array ultrasonic instrument for nondestructive testing (NDT) projects. Optimally designed for Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Manufacturing and Transportation applications, the Zetec Topaz32 ultrasonic instrument boosts productivity, reduces job time duration and can lower total cost of ownership, making it a smart investment.

Boost Inspection Productivity
Since its introduction in 2013, the award-winning Topaz ultrasonic instrument has always stood for portable productivity. Now, the new Topaz32 takes it to the next level. An advanced on-board computer substantially improves the power of the instrument reducing typical processing times by up to 50% at setup creation, calibration or reporting. The ultra-bright touchscreen is crystal clear whether indoors or outside, and getting started couldn’t be easier -- users interact just like they would with a smartphone or a tablet. Configuration is simple as well -- connect any Zetec scanner or accessory such as a probe to the Topaz32 and it will automatically recognize and pre-configure accordingly, saving valuable time and resources.

Reduce Analysis Time
When it comes to analysis, the Topaz32 ultrasonic instrument is truly revolutionary. Data acquisition speed is significantly improved, reducing time for processing and creating reports by up to 50% versus previous versions. Furthermore, sectorial and linear scanning combine to increase the covered inspection area while reducing scanning time.

Lower Total Cost of Ownership
With UltraVision® touch software embedded in the Topaz32, it’s the complete solution. 2D matrix array probe support is now included without the need of any external software. This fully-integrated and simplified approach can reduce the amount of equipment needed to perform an inspection. Plus, the rugged magnesium housing is long lasting and has no air intake making it ideal for harshest of environments.

“Since its launch in 2013, the award-winning Topaz has set the standard for portable Phased Array Ultrasound performance,” states Federico Zottig, Zetec Product Manager. “This next generation Topaz32 redefines inspection performance and productivity.” adds Zottig.

For more information on the Topaz32 ultrasonic instrument, please visit http://www.zetec.com/topaz

About Zetec
Zetec is a global leader in nondestructive testing (NDT) solutions for the critical inspection needs of industries the world counts on every day—including power generation, oil and gas, transportation, heavy industry and manufacturing. We serve as a single source for high-performance solutions in both eddy current and ultrasonic technologies. For nearly 50 years, we’ve advanced NDT standards and science, providing new insight and control through inspection solutions that protect our customers’ most important assets and ensure the quality of their products. By integrating design and engineering with our own manufacturing, Zetec delivers solutions that optimize productivity, safety and total cost of ownership. Zetec is a subsidiary of Roper Technologies, Inc., with global engineering and manufacturing centers in Quebec City and at our corporate headquarters in Snoqualmie, Washington. Zetec support spans the globe, with Centers of Excellence in Houston, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo. For more information about Zetec®, visit: http://www.zetec.com and follow us on Linkedin.

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