HOUSTON, Texas (PRWEB) May 07, 2015
Scan Systems, a Houston based company in the Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) industry, continues to lead the way in difficult, “out-of-the-box” on-location custom flaws and artificial reference indicators to create test standards for calibration. Scan Systems’ EDM Specialties’ reputation for focusing on applications that fall outside of the abilities of a Sinker EDM or CNC EDM machines has consistently expanded over the past 30 years.
“No other company has the experience, knowledge, or expertise to handle the types of projects we do,” said Matt Rutledge, Vice President and General Manager at Scan Systems. “There are plenty of companies that handle Sinker EDM or CNC EDM machining well, but our ability to specialize our skills and equipment for difficult applications is what sets us apart.”
Scan Systems flexible approach to service – allowing you to send the material to their facility, or to have their team come to you, has also been successful.
“We are solution focused, and it is sometimes easier for our team to make the trip than it is to have a piece shipped to us,” said Mr. Rutledge.
Scan Systems designed and manufactured the world’s first portable EDM unit (electric discharge machine) specifically designed to introduce artificial flaws in metal products. In the late 1980’s Scan Systems started commercially offering the EDM Notch Master unit which has remained an industry standard.
About Scan Systems:
Scan Systems Corporation, of Houston, Texas is a group of four synergistic operating divisions. Each division provides its own specialized proprietary products and services for the support of NDE (Non-Destructive Evaluation) companies. Scan Systems’ catalog of technology equipment, and services for the OCTG industry includes EMI inspection, calibration software and services, automated tally equipment and software, inventory management software, and customer support, service, upgrades, and repairs.
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