Salem Design & Manufacturing Builds Non-Destructive Testing Machines for Raw & Manufactured Parts
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Easily Test, Detect, and Characterize Metal Surfaces and Sub-surface Flaws
The perfect automated NDT Eddy Current Testing Machines for your next project.
Bar, Tube & Wire
Tube Inspection Machines
Eddy Current Systems
Uni-Versal™ Robotic Machine
Dimensional Gagging Machines
Vision Inspection Machines
Not the best in your ZIP code. The best, period.
Salem Design & Manufacturing is involved in the Aerospace, Agricultural, Automotive, Rail, Steel and Nuclear Industry. Using the latest Eddy Current and Ultrasonic testing technologies, our company offers 100% engineering and turnkey solutions to most of the manufacturers in these industries.
THE BEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD USE NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECHNOLOGY
Salem Design & Manufacturing works in partnership with leading companies to build machines that automatically inspect metal parts for flaws and cracks using eddy current technology. Using an NDT Machine will help ensure that you are using the best materials and components for each application.
Choose Salem Design & Manufacturing:
A Robotic NDT System Manufacturer
We help the world's leading manufacturers of critical components to reduce scrap, warranty, and liability costs. We provide turnkey solutions from start to finish by incorporating the latest eddy current testing technologies into robotic and automated systems that can be easily integrated into your production lines.
This immediate flaw detection process enables instant verification of parts that come off your production lines including: cutting, forming, and heat-treating processes. We are proud to serve the inspection needs of agricultural, automotive and aviation component manufacturers around the globe.
Our systems are also successfully in use by manufacturers of raw materials such as bar, tube, and wire. Salem NDT is proudly based in the USA.
Today robotics is bringing to nondestructive testing the same versatility and cost-efficiencies that CNC brought to parts production thirty years ago.Phil Warga, CEO