Ultrasonic Examination (UT) Ultrasonic examinations are performed for the detection and sizing of internal defects, flaws or discontinuities in piping, castings, forgings, weldments or other components. Exact sizing techniques have been developed to detect and monitor progressive cracking in a variety of equipmene offer everything from Manual UT Thickness Readings, to Phased Array Technologies to Advanced Manual Ultrasonic Flaw Detection and Sizing, Automated Ultrasonic Inspection, A scan B-Scan and C-Scan with Three Dimensional Viewing.Our Systems are adaptable for the many applications. In addition, we now have locally an AUT Operator and Access to many Inspection Systems adaptable to most any size or configuration of piping, plate, tanks and vessels
Radiographic Examination (RT) Radiographic examinations are performed to detect and evaluate internal defects and structural variations, including cracks, lack of fusion, incomplete penetration, porosity and inclusions.
Examinations are also performed on components to identify potential internal or CUI (corrosion under insulation)
These tests are performed with Iridium 192, Cobalt isotopes, or low-voltage x-ray. Several dark room trailers are available for on-site development of radiographs.
Magnetic Particle Examination (MT) Magnetic Particle Examinations ( Dry magnetic particle and wet fluorescent) are performed on ferromagnetic materials to detect surface and slight subsurface discontinuities.
Liquid Penetrant Examination (PT) Liquid Penetrant Examination (PT) Various types of liquid penetrant examination methods are utilized to detect open or surface cracks or defects in materials. Red dye or fluorescent penetrants are utilized as well as various types of wet and dry developers.
We have the capabilities to provide Wet Fluorescent and Dry Magnetic Particle Inspection with Yokes, Probes, and Coil. We also stock virtually all applications of Liquid Dye Penetrant Materials from solvent removable to fluorescent, as well as Water Washable Penetrants.
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