Olympus and Lavender International collaborate to support advanced NDT training.

Olympus, a leading manufacturer of nondestructive testing (NDT) inspection equipment, has provided its new OmniScan™ X3 phased array flaw detectors with FMC/TFM to support our advanced training courses.

With this collaboration, Lavender International and Olympus will help ensure the next generation of inspectors are equipped with the latest technology and knowledge to become experts in full matrix capture (FMC) and total focusing method (TFM) techniques.

“We’re excited to provide Lavender International with new OmniScan X3 flaw detectors with FMC/TFM to continue supporting their global training requirements. Lavender has been an Olympus Training Academy member since 2004 and continues to use the OmniScan flaw detectors as part of their advanced phased array and TOFD course syllabus. Our collaboration has proven to be an excellent support for various industries and inspection service providers as OmniScan flaw detectors are one of the most widely-used PAUT instruments in the world,” said Steven Berube, Executive Director of Global NDT Sales and Marketing at Olympus.

“We are pleased to be an Olympus Training Academy member and will continue to invest considerably in technical equipment to ensure that the Lavender training experience continues to be of the highest quality at our US and UK training schools and satisfies the demand for new NDT inspection technology,” said Tim Armitt, Managing Director at Lavender International.

For more information about the collaboration, visit the website. To read the latest blog about the Olympus training academy click here.

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