Nondestructive testing allows for the inspection and evaluation of material and its' properties through various methods without risking the serviceability of the part or system.
- Computed Radiography
- Conventional Film Radiography
The use of short wavelength electromagnetic radiation to penetrate materials for the inspection of internal and external discontinuities.
• ASTM E94
• ASTM E164
The use of high frequency sound waves to determine the thickness and internal flaws of the material.
• ASTM E114
• ASTM E213
The use of magnetic fields to locate surface and near-surface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials such as iron, nickel, cobalt and some of their alloys.
• ASTM E1444
The use of penetrant on ferrous and non-ferrous materials to locate surface-breaking defects.
• ASTM E165
• ASTM E1417
- Remote (HD-Video Borescope)
The use of visual observation on the surface of the material to evaluate surface discontinuities by qualified personnel.
With our recent investment in Computed Radiography, we have gained in production, efficiency, and quality (digital images, shorter shot times, faster turnaround, less mobilizations) while maintaining overall costs similar to conventional film.