List of the Services are as follows:
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Non-Destructive Testing : Civil and Mechanical Sectors:
Advanced Non-Destructive Testing
  •   Computed Radiography
  •     Digital Radiography
  •     Small Proximity Radiation Exposure System
  •     Advanced Heat Treatment
  •     Acoustic Eye
  •     Phased Array
  •     TOFD
  •     Eddy Current
  •     Thermography
Computed Radiography
Digital Radiography
Acoustic Eye
Phased Array
Small Proximity Radiation Exposure
Eddy Current
Conventional Non-Destructive Testing
  •     Radiographic Testing
  •     Ultrasonic Testing
  •     Visual Testing
  •     Magnetic Particle Testing
  •     Dye Penetrant Testing
  •     Magnetic Flux Leakage
Hardness Testing

A method based on physical indentation pressed continuously into the material under a particular force, the hardness value is derived from energy loss defined by an impact body on a sample.

Dye Penetrant Testing

is a method that is used to reveal surface breaking flaws by bleed-out of a colored or fluorescent dye from the flaw visible only through contrast penetrant or ultraviolet light.

Magnetic Particle Testing

MPI uses magnetic fields and small magnetic particles like iron fillings to detect flaws in components. The only requirement from an inspectability standpoint is that the component being inspected must be made of a ferromagnetic material that can be magnetized to a level that will allow the inspection to be effective.

Visual Testing

Visual testing is used in conjunction with all NDT methods and is used to control open surface flaw. This is known as the starting point of all Non Destructive Testing.

  • Videoscope (GE XLG3 with 6.5 meter probe cable)
  • Borescopy (XL Go)
Vacuum Testing

Or commonly known as bubble leak testing. This method is used to locate leaks in a pressure boundary accomplished by transparent vacuum box fixed to local area with bubble solution, the air inside is evacuated and allowed to stabilize creating pressure difference. The formation of bubbles signals leaks on the test item.

Ultrasonic Testing

This technique uses varying high frequency and sound energy to conduct examination and measurement, it works through pulse waves launched into materials to detect internal flaws, to determine the thickness of the test object and monitor pipe work corrosion.

  • Thickness Measurement
  • Magnetic Flux Leakage
Radiography Testing

Radiography Testing works in the principle of penetrating waveforms commonly known as “ray”. Sources of this may be produced by either x-ray generator or gamma radiation. This ray can pass, absorbed and scatter through matter and eventually produce an image in a medium (film) called radiographs.

  • X-ray
  • Gamma Ray (Ir-192, Se-75)
  • Portable Pulsed X-ray 370KVP
Magnetic Flux Leakage
Outsourced Services
  •         Concrete Non-Destructive Testing
  •         Subsea Automated UT Inspection
  •         Long Range UT
  •         Neuton Backscatter
Subsea Automated UT Inspection
Long Range UT
Neuton Backscatter
Concrete Non-Destructive Testing
Holiday Testing

Provides a reliable way to of detecting minute discontinuity in coating such as pinholes. The Inspection addresses continuity verification suitable in pipeline coating, tank works and structures, storage tanks and valves.

Services Offered:

  • Low Voltage
  • High Voltage
Welders Qualification

Welder’s Qualification Program, which include review and preparation of WPS, witnessing, documentation, Testing of coupons, and eventually certification of welders as per ASME, AWS, API, and ANSI codes.

Local Heat Treatment

Using heated pads connected to transformers or Local heat treatment machines, the metal improves resistance to strain induced fatigue during its actual operation.

Services Offered:

  • Local Post Weld Heat Treatment
  • Dry Out Method
  • Advance Heat Treatment (Miller  ProHeat 35)
Pickling and Passivation

Powerful and effective stainless steel cleaning and treatment technique that uses chemicals to prevent oxide deposition, corrosion and extend its life. Passivation removes contamination left behind of the surface of stainless steel as a result during fabrication processes

Positive Material Inspection

Positive material identification is also considered non destructive method used when material certificate is not available or simply to verify purchased high quality metals like stainless steels and metals containing high alloys. inspectiontechnology Company provides the XRF (x-ray fluorescence) technique, which uses very low radioactive sources or a low voltage x-ray generator, which sends out radiation and reflected back to generate the level of properties available.

  • X-MET 3000TX
  • Innov-X Alpha Series (with vacuum technology for testing light elements)
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