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Sarah Williams

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Sarah Williams worked for nearly a decade as a researcher and copywriter in the broadcast media industry. Now Sarah applies her skills as a writer and editor to produce compelling, high-quality material on topics related to Evident’s wide range of nondestructive testing (NDT) solutions. She writes about the latest remote visual, microscope, ultrasonic, eddy current, and phased array technologies. She also explores their applications and contributions to improving the quality and safety of the world around us. Sarah works at the office in Quebec City, where she resides with her partner, David, and her three children, Sophie, Anouk, and Éloi. 

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Dual linear array pulse-receive (PR) probe

You Can’t Beat Good PR! Discover the Advantages of the Pulse-Receive Version of Our REX1 DLA Probe

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A RICE engine being inspected by two workers

Troubleshooting Tips for Problems Encountered when Inspecting Combustion Engines with a Borescope

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Technician working on diesel generator with internal combustion engine

Best Practices for Engine Inspection with a Borescope

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Large reciprocating internal combustion engines

Examining the Reciprocal Relationship between RICE Maintenance and Borescopes

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FlexoFORM industrial ultrasonic and phased array scanner on a pipe elbow

Cornering the Pipe Elbow Inspection Market with the FlexoFORM™ Scanner

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OmniScan X3 PAUT flaw detector

Bookmark This! Access Our Total Focusing Method (TFM) Resources in One Convenient Location

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Olympus AxSEAM long seam pipe scanner set up on a half-pipe standard with a longitudinal weld and an OmniScan X3 phased array flaw detector with full matrix capture (FMC) total focusing method (TFM) capabilities.

A Powerful, Portable Pipe-Inspection Duo: the AxSEAM™ Scanner and OmniScan™ X3 Flaw Detector—A Customer Review

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Comparison of  two NDT inspection software, WeldSight for advanced weld inspection analysis and OmniPC for basic phased array ultrasonic testing data analysis

WeldSight™ Software versus OmniPC™ Software—What’s the Difference?

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TFM and Other Major Advantages of the OmniScan X3 Flaw Detector for NDT Inspectors—A Customer Review

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Custom probe next to a penny

Did You Know? We Custom Manufacture Probes for Your Specific Applications

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Omniscan X3

Inheriting a Legacy: The Creation of the OmniScan X3 Logo

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2 NDT Methods for Border Safety

At the Front: 2 NDT Methods for Border Safety

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WeldSight software visualization

5 Reasons Pros Will Value WeldSight Software

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Olympus Customer Service

At the Heart of Olympus Is Our Dedication to Our Customers

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High-voltage power insulators

How NDT Helps Keep High-Voltage Power Line Safety Current

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Measuring plolymer plaques for scratches with a laser microscope

Getting Up to Scratch with Croda—Testing Anti-Scratch Additives for Polymer Plastics

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NDT Inspection Helps Ensure Roller Coaster Safety

Ride at Your Own Risk? Why Roller Coasters Are Much Safer than You Think

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Accurate Small-Diameter Tubing Measurements

3 Tips for Accurate Small-Diameter Tubing Measurements

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Search and rescue with a videoscope

5 Traits a Videoscope Needs to Stand Up to the Rigors of Search and Rescue Operations

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Airplane overhead

Touch Down: Eddy Current Wheel Probes Help Ensure a Safe Landing

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V260 Sonopen is a delay line ultrasonic transducer

The (Sono)pen Is Mightier: 3 Tips to Improve Your Measurements

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Inspecting plastic toys

For Goodness Sake—Assuring the Quality of Toys with Thickness Gauges

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Train and rail inspection

Train Inspection That Goes Beyond the Standard

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Pipe elbow inspection with PS and the FlexoFORM scanner

Ahead of the Curve: UT is Finally Flexible Enough for Pipe Elbow Inspection

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Thickness gauging high-temperature

2 Challenges of High-Temperature Thickness Gauging and How to Solve Them

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SteerROVER for pipe inspection

Frustrated by Inspections That Are out of Reach?

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5 Ways We've Simplified Austenitic Weld Inspection in Small-Diameter Pipes

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Testing Tubes: A Portable Solution for Inspecting Exchangers

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Small-Diameter Pipes and How to Inspect Them

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On the Cutting Wedge: Using Contoured Wedges to Inspect Welds in Small-Diameter Pipes

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Bring the Noise! How Sound Helps Keep Airplanes Safe

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4 New Features of the OmniScan® MXU 4.4 Software that Help Speed-Up Inspections

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Solving Austenitic/Dissimilar Weld Inspection Challenges

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Get the latest on recent advances in portable phased array

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