It remains to be seen to what extent electric cars will be the future of the automotive industry. One of the main pieces of the puzzle will be the performance and reliability of the batteries used in the vehicles. We are currently observing a very dynamic development of the battery production segment and all associated components.
One of the bottlenecks limiting development opportunities and determining the speed of progress is product quality control at the stage of development, production and then use.
Accumulators are also an unpleasant problem because they contain harmful elements, which does not facilitate their analysis.
To meet these needs, we have established cooperation with a company - Japan Probe - offering great solutions for non-destructive ultrasonic testing and computer simulations, both for the battery industry and other fields such as photovoltaics, weld testing, brake control.
UT tests perfectly complement radiographic control - what X-rays will not see, UT will show - on the other hand, the resolution of X-rays is much higher than that of UT tests.