Japan-Probe has been providing ultrasonic testing systems to the industry for over 40 years. Its offer includes a full range of equipment as well as simulation software for the analysis of UT wave propagation in the material.
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.

The main scope of our cooperation is to provide comprehensive solutions for specific industry groups:

- automotive, including electromobility,

- material tests,

- aviation,

- power plants and petrochemical plants,

- electronics,

- environmental protection and renewable energy sources.

NAUT21 - non-destructive, air-coupled testing of lithium-ion batteries
NAUT-21 - is a complete Japan Probe solution for non-destructive, non-contact battery inspection.
The main task is to quickly control the battery in terms of structure continuity and possible detection of air pockets or delamination. Such defects are not visible when using X-rays.
Above is an image of the same battery. X-ray of the battery - the "uniform structure" on the left is the radiographic image, the image with the visible distinction of the internal structure is the image from the UT.
Any discontinuity in the structure, such as delamination or air pocket, invisible or almost invisible on X-ray, will be easily recognizable in UT imaging. In the picture we can see artificially prepared elements simulating delamination in the form of paper cutouts and acrylic discs.
An additional advantage of the NAUT-21 system is the ability to control the load-work cycle. Images taken at different time intervals allow the visualization of the "behavior" of the electrolyte, which allows you to adjust the parameters to maximize battery life.
Using the unique solution of the NAUT-21-I system, which allows to work both in the air and when submerged in a detail, 3D imaging of structure discontinuities is possible.
The Radalyx and NAUT-21 systems we offer can be integrated, allowing the combination of X-ray photon counting imaging with UT, giving the possibility of scanning the entire module, as a result of presenting colorful, high-resolution X-ray electronic systems and an accurate image of the continuity of the electrolyte space structure

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