Measuring Turbine Blades
Measuring a turbine blade with 4D InSpec is an easy matter. You may inspect a wide range of blade elements and features with high versatility:
- Deformations of blade edges
- Surface defects
- Defects between blades
- Radius of curvature
Blade Edge Measurements
Grooved focus aids help you hold 4D InSpec in alignment with a turbine blade edge. From a measurement, you can quantify dents and deflections from damage.
Automated feature analysis can be used to isolate and quantify different kinds of defects found in a measurement.
Defects Between Blades
Use a fold mirror to measure surfaces between closely placed blades.
Radius of curvature
The photo below shows an area of curvature, and a measurement that calculates the radius of curvature in the joint.
Added Technical Resources
Measuring Turbine Blade Surface Defects
Step by step video guide shows how quick and easy it is.
Learn more about the products
4D InSpec provides non-contact measurement of surface features and defects, on the factory floor, in machine shops and in field service applications.
4D InSpec XL
A handheld defect inspection gauge that works like 4D InSpec standard, but with a larger field of view, to measure wider and deeper features.
Accessories for improving portability, ease of use, or for accessing hard to reach measurements like sidewalls and through-holes.
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