Non-destructive testing is used as part of a manufacturing or installation inspection to check if quality demands are being met. As an example, welded steel joints are x-rayed to check the quality of the welding. The radiographic test reveals if the joint is fully welded or contains unacceptable faults.
Non-destructive testing is also used as part of in-service inspections or preventive maintenance to quantify the status of critical components and equipment. As an example, the steel plate floor of a storage tank can be inspected with a special floor scanner. The floor may be subject to corrosion and the scanner measures the remaining plate thickness. If too thin, the plate needs to be replaced to avoid the tank starting to leak.
Inspecta is an accredited laboratory for non-destructive testing under EN17025. Please see the complete scope of accreditations on the right.
We can offer your company both basic and more advanced non-destructive testing services;
Visual Testing (VT)
Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)
Penetrating Testing (PT)
Radiography Testing (RT)
Ultrasonic Testing (UT)
Eddy Current Testing (ET)
Leak Testing (LT)
Material Identification (PMI)
Advanced VT; Video Endoscopy
Advanced RT; Digital Radiography
Advanced UT; Phased array, TOFD, EMAT, IRIS, Long and Short Range UT
Advanced ET; MFL, SLOFEC, eddyMax, array ET
Our personnel are certified according to EN473. Many members of our team are also certified according to ASNT. Testing systems and personnel for in-service inspections are either qualified according to external or internal qualification schemes.
Inspecta is a leading provider of non-destructive testing services. Our personnel are highly skilled. We invest continuously in training and technology. Continuous and ongoing development and application of testing systems are done in close collaboration with our clients.
Benefits of using NDT
Prevents failure or break down of critical equipment