5/16/11 – Vibrant Corporation announced today that Garrett Gatewood has been hired as one of its newest Application Engineers. Mr. Gatewood joins Vibrant Corporation with 2 years experience in material science and engineering from the University of New Mexico, and 3 years of manufacturing experience with Johnson & Johnson.
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5/13/11 – Vibrant has been approved for JTIP (Job Training Incentive Program) funding by the New Mexico Economic Development Department. The purpose of this funding is to provide on-the-job training for three New Mexico residents.
4/8/11 – Vibrant Corporation has been ranked #12 on New Mexico Business Weekly’s list of Aerospace and Aviation companies. As rankings are tied to number of full time New Mexico employees, Vibrant, with 8 current and up to 3 planned positions, will continue to improve its standings.
4/7/11 – Vibrant Corporation and a team of companies (Mechatronic Solutions, Inc., Fiore Industries, and ZTEC Instruments) was awarded a 2010 NMSBA Innovation Award for PCRT.
1/4/11 – Vibrant Corporation’s efforts with the ASTM to develop a standard practice for PCRT has been recognized by awarding the working team, including Vibrant CEO Lem Hunter, an E07 Certificate of Appreciation. This award highlights the ASTM’s confidence in PCRT technology and the dedication of Vibrant and its partners to continue to advance PCRT as an accurate, fast, and […]
10/9/10 – The Engineer, the only magazine serving the UK's engineering technology community, has reported on Vibrant Corp. / Vibrant NDT Ltd.’s PCRT technology and their cooperation with The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).
9/27/10 – Delta Air Lines’ (NYSE: DAL) maintenance division, Delta TechOps, has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval to implement Process Compensated Resonance Testing (PCRT), a method of non-destructive testing that identifies over?temperature conditions in aircraft engines.
9/22/10 – The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, in association with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), today presented the winners of the 2010 FAA-ATA Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) “Better Way” award.
9/15/10 – Vibrant Corporation has announced that Chris Grotbeck has joined the company as its newest Application Engineer. He brings more than fifteen years of experience in architecture and mechanical engineering.
9/13/10 – Vibrant NDT Ltd is attending the 49th Annual Conference of The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing this week. With recent FAA approval of PCRT for turbine blade testing in the United States, and an ASTM Standard Practice (E2534) published earlier this year, business has been picking up.