NDT inspection methods, Ultrasonic Testing, Magnetic Particle Testing, Eddy Current Testing, Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing, Visual Testing and Dye Penetrant Inspection.
Recognised bodies such as ADIPS. Our NDT technicians have all undergone extensive NDT training and are all qualified with industry recognised PCN (Personnel Certification in Non-Destructive Testing).
We provide non-destructive testing for Automotive, Construction, Engineering, Civil Engineering, Foundries & Forging, Motorsport, Boating, Fun-Fair Rides and Equipment.
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We specialise in non-destructive testing. We provide non-destructive examinations at our testing facility and on-site across the UK.
Our testing facility is located in
Essex RM15 6RW.
Non Destructive Testing Methods.
Phased Array Inspection:
Phased array inspection is a method that is used to detect flaws that cannot be found with conventional NDT methods such as radiographic testing or manual ultrasonic testing.
Dye Penetrant Testing:
also known as Liquid Penetrant Testing and is used to reveal any surface breaking flaws in forged, welded or cast components by applying a dye or fluid to the specimen which shows flaws if present.
Used for any internal defects and flaws in castings, forgings and welds. It can also be used for material thickness measurement. Ultrasonic Testing is useful in examining pressure vessels in service for power generation.
Magnetic Particle Inspection:
Used to find surface and near-surface flaws in ferromagnetic materials by using a powerful magnet to create a magnetic field around the specimen. A sensor is then used to detect the magnetic flux leakage that is generated around flaws such as cracks.
Eddy Current Testing:
Used to detect surface and near-surface flaws in conductive materials. The testing equipment used for eddy current testing is light and compact, allowing for on-site.