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ULTRASONIC
IMPACT TECHNOLOGY

Bringing innovation | Building reliability | Extending asset life

Our UIT is an electromechanical process where ultrasonic energy is converted into mechanical energy. When UIT is applied to metals and fabricated structures, the process imparts residual compressive stresses, mitigating harmful tensile stress along with modifying grain structure.

 

UIT can be applied manually or automated depending on the environment the technology is required to operate in.

Applied Ultrasonics offers a range of engagement models, so we can tailor a partnership according to the needs of your business, your budget, project goals, in-house resources and timeline.

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We provide a mechanical UIT stress-relieving solution for new/aging metal structures. Our UIT process allows for the mitigation of fatigue life extension, stress corrosive cracking and distortion mitigation depending on the application required. 

Steel Refinery
REFINERIES
Nuclear power station
ENERGY
Dragline
MINING
windfarm
RENEWABLES
manufacturing robot
MANUFACTURING
westgate bridge
STRUCTURES
Military navy vessel
MILITARY
offshore oil rig
OIL & GAS
NASA space pod
AEROSPACE

OUR TAILORED OFFERING

EQUIPMENT SALES
MACHINE LEASING
PROJECT BASED MACHINE & LABOR SUPPLY
COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION INCLUDING THE USE OF ROBOTICS
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PROJECT CONSULTING
PLANNING & EXECUTION OF ANY SIZE JOB
UIT TRAINING & ENGINEERING SUPPORT
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT & AUTOMATION
CLIENTS

WHO IS CAPITALISING ON UIT

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