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Baugh & Weedon Ltd

Baugh & Weedon Ltd


HR49QJ Hereford
United Kingdom

Baugh & Weedon and sister company ETher NDE are leading manufacturers of non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment including Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI), Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL), Ultrasonic (UT), Phased Array UT, Eddy Current (ECT) and Pulsed Eddy Current (PECT) inspection technologies.

With an experienced team on hand, we are able to assist in all NDT applications and questions you may have.


Product news

  • Introducing the Truflux MFL Tank Floor Scanner

    The TruFlux is a new concept in Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) tank floor plate inspection, incorporating a new level of user sophistication in its innovative design. The FS1 has the benefits of advanced features and practicality.

    The TruFlux is a fully self-propelled high-resolution digital scanner, capable of producing highly accurate topographical images of 6-12mm storage tank floor plates.

    Particular attention has been paid to the mechanical design of the TruFlux. Notably in its physical size, the TruFlux weighs just 32kg inclusive of its slip-in-slip-out lithium ion battery pack. Yet with its advanced design, no functionality has been compromised; in fact, significant advancements in floor plate inspection have been incorporated into the TruFlux system design.


  • Introducing Terahertz and NDT -Terametrix - "Measuring at the speed of Light!"

    Terahertz radiation is part of the electromagnetic spectrum lying between microwaves and the far-IR. This region has frequencies ranging from 0.1 – 10 THz and wavelengths from 3 mm to 0.03 mm. This spectral region is often referred to as the “Terahertz gap” as these frequencies fall between electronic (measurement of field with antennas) and optical (measurement of power with optical detectors) means of generation. Historically, little study of the interactions between these wavelengths and matter has been undertaken. The reason for this was the difficulty in generating and detecting terahertz. Recent advances in combining optical and electronic methods have allowed for generation and detection of very high signal-to-noise ratio and high data acquisition rates of 0.1 – 3 THz frequencies