Non-destructive Testing and Evaluation

Non-destructive Testing (NDT) of critical components is fundamental to safety and integrity management in industries such as marine, oil & gas, nuclear, power generation, renewables and aerospace.

Our advanced NDT team specialise in Electromagnetic Testing (ET) and Ultrasonic Testing (UT) techniques for a variety of critical structures and components.

By utilising these two fields of engineering and their scientific principles in combination, we are able to non-destructively test and evaluate a range of materials and components. Our NDT techniques are particularly suited to the inspection of heat exchangers (HX) and boilers, and the surface inspection of structural plate, pressurised pipe, welding, castings and forgings.

Our NDT services include Level 3 NDT expertise and PhD metallurgical support to provide industry-leading expertise. We use best-in-class technologies, aligned with our bespoke analytical software systems, to provide you with the most advanced range of non-destructive Asset Integrity Solutions available on the market today.

Qualified to work onshore and offshore, our specialist skills include knowing which technique or combination of techniques is best suited for the inspection of critical assets in any materials, situation and physical location. This combination of experience and in-depth knowledge of global manufacturing and quality standards provides asset owners with a best-in-class service that is tailored to your individual needs. Internationally accredited to ISO 9001:2015, we operate across multiple industries worldwide, helping you to detect problems before they impact on operations, thereby increasing asset reliability and reducing unplanned downtime.

Capabilities

  • Advanced NDT, Testing and Evaluation Services
  • Electromagnetic Technologies for Tubing
  • Electromagnetic Technologies for Surface Inspection
  • Interactive 3D data analysis scans and reports
  • Advanced PAUT and TOFD ultrasonic testing of plate, pipe and bespoke components
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