We utilize a wide variety of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and quality procedures in accordance with ASME Section V.
With experience in all of these procedures and others, we are able to provide comprehensive services to our customers and meet their specifications and documentation requirements.
Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)
Also known as Mag Particle Testing, this process detects surface and subsurface discontinuities of metals, including iron, nickel and cobalt alloys. Using a magnetic field, objects can be tested to identify an area of potential leakage.
Helium Leak Detection (LT)
Utilizing pressurized helium (the lightest inert gas) as a tracer gas, we can detect leaks in concentrations as small as one part in 10 million.
Positive Material Identification (PMI)
This group of tests offers an analysis of a metal alloy composition with a percentage of represented elements. We perform PMI using X-ray fluorescence (XRF) or optical emission spectrometry (OES).
Boroscopic Visual Inspection
This visual inspection technique commonly used in internal heat exchangers and tubes utilizes fiber optic and rigid boroscopes and usually photography or videotape to reveal internal defects.
- Ferrite Testing
- Holiday Spark Testing
- Hydrostatic Testing
- Pneumatic Testing
- Clad Thickness Testing
- Hardness Testing
- Guided Bend Testing
- Surface Profile Testing
- Thermal Infrared Testing