Non Destructive Testing

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Services are critical for ensuring the integrity, safety, and reliability of structures, components, and materials without causing damage or impairment. Our comprehensive suite of NDT solutions utilizes advanced techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to assess the structural health, defects, and anomalies in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, manufacturing, and energy.

Using methods such as ultrasonic testing, radiographic testing, magnetic particle testing, liquid penetrant testing, and visual inspection, we can detect flaws, cracks, corrosion, and other defects in materials and components. By employing non-invasive and non-disruptive techniques, we provide timely and accurate assessments that enable proactive maintenance, quality assurance, and risk management strategies.

Our NDT Services are tailored to meet the specific needs and challenges of each client and application, from routine inspections to complex structural assessments and failure analysis. Whether it’s for weld inspection, pipeline integrity assessment, asset management, or quality control, our certified technicians and engineers adhere to industry standards and regulatory requirements to deliver reliable results and actionable insights.

Beyond detection and analysis, we prioritize collaboration, transparency, and continuous improvement, working closely with clients to optimize processes, enhance safety, and maximize operational efficiency. Trust our expertise and dedication to excellence to be your trusted partner in ensuring the integrity and performance of your assets and infrastructure.

Core Cutting: Core cutting is a fundamental technique in Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) services, providing valuable insights into the internal condition and properties of concrete structures. By extracting cylindrical cores from concrete elements, such as beams, columns, and slabs, we can assess factors like compressive strength, density, and presence of defects like cracks, voids, and delamination. Our skilled technicians employ specialized equipment and procedures to ensure precision and minimal disruption to the surrounding structure, enabling accurate diagnosis and targeted remediation strategies.

Rebound Hammer: The rebound hammer is a widely used NDT tool for assessing the surface hardness and compressive strength of concrete structures. By measuring the rebound of a spring-loaded hammer striking the concrete surface, we can infer properties such as strength, uniformity, and consistency. Our experienced technicians apply standardized testing procedures and interpretation guidelines to generate reliable results, aiding in structural assessment, quality control, and durability evaluation. Whether it’s for new construction projects, maintenance inspections, or forensic investigations, rebound hammer testing provides valuable data for informed decision-making and risk management.

Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity (UPV): Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity (UPV) testing is a non-invasive technique used to assess the integrity and homogeneity of concrete structures by measuring the propagation speed of ultrasonic pulses through the material. By transmitting high-frequency sound waves and analyzing their travel time between transducers, we can detect anomalies such as voids, cracks, and delamination. Our advanced equipment and trained technicians conduct UPV testing with precision and efficiency, delivering accurate assessments of concrete quality, thickness, and structural integrity. UPV testing is invaluable for condition assessment, quality assurance, and forensic investigations, providing insights into the health and performance of concrete infrastructure.

Half Cell Potential: Half Cell Potential testing is a corrosion detection technique used to assess the likelihood of steel reinforcement corrosion in concrete structures. By measuring the electrochemical potential difference between a reference electrode and the steel reinforcement, we can identify areas prone to corrosion initiation and progression. Our knowledgeable technicians use specialized equipment and interpretation guidelines to map corrosion risk zones, guiding targeted repair and maintenance efforts. Half Cell Potential testing plays a crucial role in asset management, extending the service life of concrete structures and minimizing the risk of costly deterioration and structural failure.

Rebar Scanning: Rebar scanning is a non-destructive technique used to detect and locate reinforcement bars (rebar) within concrete structures. By employing electromagnetic or ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technology, we can visualize the presence, spacing, and alignment of rebar without drilling or damaging the concrete surface. Our skilled technicians utilize advanced scanning equipment and software to generate accurate 2D and 3D images of rebar layout, facilitating structural analysis, design verification, and construction quality control. Rebar scanning is essential for ensuring structural integrity, compliance with design specifications, and adherence to safety standards in concrete construction projects.