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portada2DASEL is a company specialized in the development of high-end ultrasound technology. We offer at the same time flexible solutions according to each client requirements. Therefore the quality level in our products has not been neglected. Quality is a commitment that DASEL applies in all production areas to maintain traceability of manufactured products. For this reason the company has been certified ISO 9001:2015 by Bureau Veritas in the equipments production and calibration.


portada DASEL develops all its products with a modular architecture and using high-density re-configurable devices (FPGAs). Given the high cost for new hardware development, this design philosophy allows to adjust our systems to many different applications, with the incorporation of new functions or specific algorithms with no need to upgrade the equipment electronics.


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We present at 10th International Symposium on NDT in Aerospace 24-26 October 2018 in Dresde, Germany, the result of 2 years of work, with the achievement of a highly modular, scalable and affordable solution for high-speed ultrasound automated inspection, called SITAU TRITON.



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3 axes Cartesian System

Planar and Smooth curvature inspection

 XY or XZ scanning

High-spped Phased Array UT inspection

 Up to 896 Ultrasonics Channels

100% component inspection in one pass

Specialized for complex structures

Accurate robot trajectories

 Inmersion and Non contact inspection

 Optimized trajectory programming

and collision-free

Single-transducer, dual-frequency

Full compatible airscope


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