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updated our product catalogues
including new catalogue.
Japan Probe presented new product “KANTAN” and other key products at
11th Non-Destructive Evolution Japan
Japan Probe presented “Non-Contact Air Coupled Ultrasonic Testing system NAUT21-S and soft & flexible Ultrasonic transducers at “Automotive Engineering Exposition 2023 YOKOHAMA”.
A poster was exhibited
at the 2023 Spring Conference of the Acoustical Society of Japan.
Presented a paper
at Non-destructive Evaluation Symposium of Ultrasound.
Developed and launched a
Ultrasonic New Pulser & Receiver “JPR-50SD”
Presented a paper
at the 2022 Autumn Special Lecture of JSNDI (The Japanese Society for Non-Destructive Inspection)
The Photoacoustic imaging system
equipped with our hemispherical detector array transducer was approved as a medical device
Japan Probe presented “soft & flexible transducers” and “new technology” of welded bead inspection through air at the
2022 Japan International Welding Show
We exhibited the Non-Contact Air Coupled Ultrasonic Testing system "NAUT21-S" and soft and flexible Ultrasonic transducers at
Automotive Engineering Exposition 2022 Yokohama
An article of a party to celebrate the decoration of our company’s CEO, Yukio Ogura, was published in the May 5th issue of
A paper was published in
Received the ‘Excellent Industrial Person Award’ from the Yokohama Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
A paper was published in the February 2022 issue of Non-Destructive Inspection magazine.
Developed and launched
Ultrasonic multi-channel Pulser & Receiver
which provides high frequency and high voltage with burst waves.
The first cargo of the new year was shipped on Jan. 5th, 2022.
A conferment ceremony was held to convey the award of the Order of the Rising Sun, Silver Rays.
Japan Probe announces
‘Distribution partnership’ in India
The total shipment of Ultrasonic Array Probes/Transducers reached 3,000 units.
An article about "NAUT21-S" was published in the June 7 issue of the "Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun".
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