Engineers seeking to ensure the quality of their leak-proof components can turn to Uson-Innovative Systems (UIS), a joint venture that teams Uson's leak testers with the automation-systems expertise of Innovative Products and Equipment. UIS offers a single-source turnkey service for both semiautomated and fully automated leak-testing applications. Advanced automation systems, such as state-of-the-art robotic part handlers, are tightly integrated with the Uson leak detector that is best suited for the job.
Dave Foran, president of Uson, said, "UIS marries a deep bench of mechanical and control engineering talent from Innovative Products and Equipment with Uson's unsurpassed leak-testing applications-engineering team. Our customers seeking to automate or semiautomate their NDT leak-testing operations will be able to get a turnkey, single-source, custom, clean assembly design that is not only tuned to their leak-detection needs, but is also the most efficient production-line design possible. This means lower costs, faster throughputs, and faster time-to-market."
In most cases, UIS can provide a detailed application quote within two weeks of request. UIS applications can be made by contacting Joe Postka at email@example.com or calling +281-671-2000.
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