Phoenix Inspection Systems Limited are specialists in design and manufacture of ultrasonic non-destructive testing inspection solutions for corrosion mapping, crack detection, weld testing and composite inspection.


Radial Nozzle Scanner with probe skew

NozzleScan is a versatile, low-profile manual scanning solution developed for the inspection of nozzle welds in both set-through and set-on configurations, with the option of a motorised version for automated inspection.

Available for two-axis and three-axis instruments and adaptable to cover a wide range of 90 degree nozzle sizes, from 3” upwards, on ferritic and austenitic materials.

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Robust TOFD scanner

The Duo scanner is a robust, ergonomic scanning frame with operator-friendly features offering fast setup and reliable, repeatable TOFD inspections of pipe welds, from 2”OD up to flat plate.

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SAW Bug is a motorised, magnetic-wheeled buggy with a four-wheel drive system that can carry up to six ultrasonic TOFD and/or phased array transducers. Designed for the single axis inspection of circumferential welds on carbon steel pipelines from 4”OD up to flat, SAW Bug has excellent grip and drive power and delivers constant speed whether ascending or descending the inspection surface.

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Phoenix ISL appoints Technical Sales Engineer

Phoenix Inspection Systems Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Canham as Technical Sales Engineer, responsible for developing.

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Phoenix ISL Development for Automated Train Hollow Axle Inspection

Phoenix Inspection Systems Limited have further developed their ultrasonic NDT solution for the automated inspection of train wheel hollow axle sets,.

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Materials Testing 2022

Venue : The International Centre, Telford, UK

Stand no : B7

Date :  06-08 Sep 2022

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TSIS MDH and Prism

Turbine Shaft Inspection System

Combines both ultrasonic and eddy current techniques simultaneously, for highly accurate volumetric and surface inspections of rotor bores of varying diameters and lengths.