Our company offers a wide range of inspection services throughout the UK. These include non destructive testing, liquid penetrant testing, ultrasonic testing, magnetic particle inspection or any other quality inspection/assurance.
This method of testing for flaws utilizes sound waves, which are introduced into the component via an ultrasonic source, as the sound travels through material reflections or echoes occur from the back surface.
Magnetic Particle Inspection
Can be used for the detection of surface and near-surface flaws in ferromagnetic materials. Using a permanent magnet, electromagnet, flexible cables or hand-held prods a magnetic field is applied to the item under test.
Liquid Penetrant Inspection
Involves applying a visible or fluorescent dye to the surface. After application by immersion or spray the dye enters any discontinuities via capillary action. The component is wiped dry and any subsequent seepage from fissures is detected by drawing the liquid out into a white absorbent coating applied after drying off
Eddy Current Inspection
Finding surface and subsurface flaws, and Secondly for determining different metallurgical characteristics. Eddy current is based on the principle of measuring changes in the impedance of an electromagnetic coil as it is scanned over a surface of conductive material.
A source of ionising radiation positioned at on one side of item to be inspected, and a photographic film placed in close proximity to the other side. The radiation is partly absorbed during transmission and differences in material thickness or absorption qualities are recorded on the film giving a full-size image showing internal detail.
Calibrated according to clauses 4.4.2 of ISO 6506-2 and 15.1.3 of ASTM E10. Measures indentations in the authentic optical manner and is UKAS certified to ISO6506 and ASTM E10. Fully automatic - no measurement by the operator and no operator influence on the results.
Test Block Calibration
Available for Compression, Angle beam and Thickness calibrations of common materials. Blocks can be manufactured from steel, stainless steel, or aluminium commonly, although other materials may be used.
|Founded:||1 July, 1993 (28 years ago)|
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