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Witness Unmatched Durability: The EPOCH 6LT Goes to Space

EVIDENT Industrial, October 4, 2023

This video showcases the unmatched durability of the EPOCH® 6LT flaw detector from EVIDENT Industrial. 

On July 4, 2017 in California, USA, the EPOCH® 6LT flaw detector (code name helium) was sent into the stratosphere.

The Goal: to demonstrate how tough and portable this little flaw detector is.

Flight Summary:

  • Date: July 4, 2017
  • Liftoff Location: Bishop, CA
  • Velocity of Ascent: 1,100 feet/minute (5.5 meters/second)
  • Duration of Ascent: 111 minutes
  • Apex of Flight: 121,340 feet (36,984 meters)
  • Velocity of Descent: 1,600 feet/minute (8 meters/second)
  • Duration of Descent: 36 minutes
  • Touchdown Location: Owens River Gorge, CA

For more information about the EPOCH® 6LT, visit:

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