German-Made Customized Transducers for Ultrasonic NDT
SONOTEC has established itself over the past 25 years in the global NDT market as a specialist for customized ultrasonic testing solutions. With a powerful R&D team and a state-of-the-art in-house piezo-composite production, SONOTEC accompanies its customers from the first product idea to serial production.
Expert for ultrasonic applications
Being an expert in ultrasonic solutions enables SONOTEC to offer customized probes for a broad range of applications – such as smart pigs for pipeline corrosion inspections, immersion transducers or even air-coupled ultrasonic probes.
OEM Transducer Solutions
The outstanding know-how of our engineering and application specialists including many years of experience ensure that our OEM UT transducers can easily be integrated into your systems. The high reproducibility of our probes is one of our core strengths.
All our transducers are made 100% in Germany to ensure highest flexibility and quality. Send us your application or probe requirements. We develop a reproducible and optimal manufacturing process for you to ensure a reliable supply.
Founded in 1991, SONOTEC GmbH has developed into one of the world's leading product and solution specialist for innovative measurement technologies. With more than 170 employees and a modern corporate structure comprising three independent business units - Preventive Maintenance, Nondestructive Testing and Non-invasive Fluid Monitoring - the technology leader operates its global sales activities from the Halle (Saale) based German headquarter. The distributed portfolio includes customized ultrasonic transducers and sensors as well as testing devices and measurement solutions for a variety of different industries.
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