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Crack and Leak Detection

Pinpoint cracks, surface voids, and leak paths.

Voyager’s Crack and Leak Detection identifies small, localized depressions or cavities on the surface of a part, enhancing the reliability of manufactured components. In the food industry, these voids can trap biological material, leading to contamination. In structural parts, voids concentrate stress and can become points of early failure.

Identifying the sources of leaks in bottles and containers is a significant challenge for consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers. Leaks often stem from micro-fractures, poor thread engagement, and imperfections that develop due to environmental stresses and handling during transit. Crack Detection effectively pinpoints, visualizes, and quantifies the path of leaks, enabling engineers to identify their sources and address them promptly.

In lifecycle or durability testing, athletic equipment is subjected to environmental, structural, and mechanical stress to assess its performance over time. Detecting and measuring cumulative damage with precision is difficult. Crack Detection allows engineers to benchmark wear over time, trace the progression of damage, and evaluate potential corrective actions.

Crack and Leak Detection in action

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