Kissing Bond Detection – Live Webinar Highlight

Kissing bonds occur when bonded surfaces are in intimate contact but possess no mechanical strength.

Posted: July 19, 2017
By: ehoffman

Laser Bond Inspection Detects Critical Flaws in Bonded Structures

Kissing bonds present a serious defect in bonded structures. Kissing bonds occur when bonded surfaces are in intimate contact but possess no mechanical strength. This typically results from manufacturing faults surrounding surface and adhesive preparation, and these flaws can lead to premature failure. Kissing bonds are notoriously difficult to detect, and can’t be identified through most nondestructive inspection methods.
LSPT’s Laser Bond Inspection (LBI) technology is the only known nondestructive method for evaluating bond strength and detecting kissing bonds. LBI performs real-time detection using a laser-generated stress wave and an EMAT or VISAR signal. This live webinar highlight explains how LBI is used in conjunction with VISAR to detect kissing bonds.
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