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New Radius WheelProbe

12 March 2010

Sonatest have launched their new Radius WheelProbe, which has been specifically designed for curved surface mapping applications often found in the aerospace and composite sectors.

As part of of their WheelProbe range, Sonatest say that this new model is unrivalled in terms of signal quality, speed and ease of use for composite and metallic testing. Aerospace applications include areas such as aircraft wing leading edges, aircraft horizontal tail pieces, engine cowlings, aircraft radomes, helicopter and fuselage components. Additional composite applications are yacht mast testing, marine hulls, wind turbine blades and automotive composites.





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