NDT Services

Welcome to our NDT (Non-DestructiveTesting) Services!
We are a leading provider of comprehensive NDT solutions designed to ensure the integrity, reliability, and safety of your assets. Our team of highly skilled technicians and engineers utilize advanced testing techniques and cutting-edge equipment to deliver accurate results and actionable insights.

With our NDT Services, you can trust that your assets are thoroughly examined and evaluated, ensuring their integrity and performance. Contact us today to discuss your specific NDT requirements and discover how our solutions can support your business.

Non Destructive Testing

Testing (VT)

This is the simplest and most common NDT method. It involves direct visual inspection to detect surface defects, such as cracks, corrosion, or improper welds.

Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT)

PT uses a liquid dye or fluorescent material that penetrates surface discontinuities. After acertain time, the excess dye is removed, and a developer is applied to draw out the penetrant material, making the defects visible.

Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)

MT is used to identify surface and near-surface defects in ferromagnetic materials. It involves magnetizing the material and applying ferromagnetic particles that accumulate at defect locations, indicating their presence.

Testing (RT)

RT uses X-rays or gamma rays to inspect the internal structure of a component or material. The radiation passes through the object and creates an image on a film or digital detector, revealing any internal defects.

Testing (UT)

UT utilizes high-frequency sound waves to inspect materials for internal flaws or variations in thickness. An ultrasonic probe generates sound waves that travel through the material. Any abnormalities or changes in the sound wave patterns are detected and analyzed.

Eddy Current
Testing (ECT)

ECT involves passing an alternating current through a coil to generate an electromagnetic field. When the coil is placed near a conductive material, the presence of defects or variations in conductivity causes changes in the eddy currents, which can be detected and analyzed.


Non Destructive Testing

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