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Jentek Sensors, Inc.

Company Information
Address
121 BARTLETT ST
MARLBOROUGH, MA 01752-3025
United States


https://www.jenteksensors.com

Information

DUNS: 018791827

# of Employees: 17


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No




Success Stories

  1. Detection and Characterization of Corrosion under Insulation (CUI) and Weather Protection using JENTEK's MR-MWM-Arrays

    In a previous SBIR success story, we discussed the development of a cost competitive, easy-to-use and reliable tool for “in-the-ditch” characterization of mechanical damage (MD) and stress corrosion cracking (SCC) for buried pipelines, as well as internal and external corrosion under...
  2. MWM-Array Characterization of Mechanical Damage and Corrosion

    JENTEK Sensors, Inc.Waltham, Massachusetts 02453To deliver a cost competitive, easy-to-use and reliable tool for “in-the-ditch” characterization of mechanical damage (MD) and stress corrosion cracking (SCC) for buried pipelines, as well as internal and external corrosion imaging through...

Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. NDE for Residual Stress Relaxation

    Amount: $999,834.00

    This program is specifically targeting the U.S. Navy’s revised focus on CBM+. The goal is to reduce costs of maintaining critical engine components and to enable life extending, on-condition mainten ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Defense Navy
  2. Embedded Sensors for Monitoring Fatigue Damage in Harsh Environments

    Amount: $739,978.00

    This Phase II will demonstrate practical, low cost, and adaptable field inspections for small cracks (less than 0.03 in.) at fastener holes that cannot be reliably inspected with other available or em ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Defense Air Force
  3. Micromechanical Models for Dielectric Behavior of Ceramic Matrix Composites

    Amount: $499,689.00

    The proposed program will enhance material and sensor models to provide improved understanding of dielectric property information regarding Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) material condition. These mod ...

    SBIRPhase II2010Department of Defense Navy
  4. Embedded Sensors for Monitoring Fatigue Damage in Harsh Environments

    Amount: $99,834.00

    This proposed program will establish the feasibility of monitoring fatigue damage in harsh, specifically wet (fuel), environments with embedded MWM-Array (eddy current sensors).  The goal is to reduc ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Defense Air Force
  5. Micromechanical Models for Composite NDE and Diagnostics

    Amount: $99,925.00

    Modern aircraft increasingly rely on composite components, due to their excellent material properties. However, fastening/joining and design methodologies in current use are artifacts of metallic air ...

    SBIRPhase I2009National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Digital Imaging of Pipeline Mechanical Damage and Residual Stress

    Amount: $99,975.00

    While mechanical damage to pipelines is a common occurrence, the impact of mechanical damage on pipeline remaining life is not easily determined. The mechanical damage features, such as residual stre ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Transportation
  7. Non-contact Torque and Load Monitoring Using Magnetic Stress Gage Networks

    Amount: $1,229,730.00

    This proposed Phase II SBIR will raise the Quadri-Directional Magnetic Stress (QD-MSG) noncontact torque sensor technology to a level suitable for flight testing. In Phase I, a series of static and d ...

    SBIRPhase II2009Department of Defense Army
  8. Hand-held Corrosion Scanner/Imager

    Amount: $999,525.00

    The proposed Phase II effort includes tasks designed to both promote the development of an effective multi-application Hand-held device and to provide a fieldable solution for a relevant corrosion app ...

    SBIRPhase II2009Department of Defense Navy
  9. Digital Eddy Current Tomography for Submarine Pressure Hull Inspection Through the Coating

    Amount: $98,746.00

    A capability to inspect submarine pressure hulls through the special hull treatment could result in significant savings in maintenance costs and improvements in fleet readiness. This poses a challeng ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Defense Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  10. Capacitive Array Technology for Composite Rotor Blade NDI

    Amount: $119,873.00

    Composite rotor blades are susceptible to a variety of damage mechanisms, including voids, delaminations, disbonds, impact and battle damage, matrix cracking and water intrusion. Current inspection p ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Defense Army
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