Matec Instrument Companies, Inc. is a leading ultrasonic systems integrator and instrument supplier of quality control inspection and production test equipment. Matec has been providing ultrasonic instrumentation to research, academic and industrial users since 1968.
The company's strength lies in its capacity to develop innovative solutions - both modular and expandable in design - within project budgets. Matec's ability to respond to the more difficult and unique testing requirements of advanced technology materials provides today's leading institutions and industries the solutions needed to maintain product integrity and quality assurance.
Products offered by Matec include computer-controlled ultrasonic scanning and measurement systems, stand-alone and PC-based ultrasonic plug-in cards, portable ultrasonic workstations, and Windows®-based MUIS-32 control and data acquisition software.
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