Physik Instrumente (PI) will be showcasing a range of its components, from medical actuators to fluidic control components, at this year’s IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS 2019) in Glasgow, from the 6th to 9th of October. Visitors to stand #17 will also have the opportunity to speak to PI’s team of experts about all aspects of ultrasonics technology – including ultrasound generation and detection.
Piezoceramic ultrasonic sensors provide much higher accuracy and precision compared to traditional mechanical sensors, as well as offering lower power consumption and reduced wear to minimise costs. PI Ceramic offers a broad range of components for ultrasound applications, from medical imaging, non-destructive testing (NDT) and noncontact measurements to ultrasonic cleaning, flow metering and aerosol production. The company also has an abundance of ultrasonics expertise – including regulatory understanding – and works with its customers to build long term collaborative partnerships, developing customised geometries to fulfil specific instrument requirements.
Join PI on stand #17 to discover how you can work together to push the boundaries of ultrasonic technologies and achieve the highest levels of performance in your field. To arrange a meeting with PI’s team of ceramics experts to discuss your application, contact Craig Goodman at [email protected]
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Over the last 40 years, Karlsruhe-based Physik Instrumente (PI) has become the leading manufacturer of nanopositioning systems and products based on piezo technology. PI is a private company with more than 900 employees worldwide and a flexible, vertically integrated organization, enabling it to fulfil almost any request in the precision positioning technology field. All PI’s key technologies are developed in-house – including precision mechanics and electronics, position sensors and piezo ceramics or actuators – meaning that every phase, from design to shipment, can be guaranteed. Piezo ceramics and actuators are produced by PI Ceramic, a subsidiary of PI, and the Company has its own sales and service offices in all major markets. PI also maintains testing devices for nanometrology on three continents, and both PI Shanghai and PI USA have additional development and manufacturing resources, allowing rapid local response to specific customer needs.