NDT Inspection and Supervision
Using the knowledge of qualified and experienced NDT personnel MDR Certification Engineers provides NDT services and supervision to assist with site maintenance and shutdown inspections for the petrochemical, mining industries in Australia. The qualified staff are familiar with the new inspection technologies and can advise on the best applicable techniques like eddy current, IRIS inspection or TIME of Flight inspections which could be used to provide vital information to the inspection results for your plant and pressure equipment.
- Radiography of welds, castings, thickness profile and other metal components.
- Ultrasonic testing of welds, castings, forgings and thickness mapping / survey, tanks, vessels and pipelines.
- Surface inspection techniques using magnetic particle, penetrant, visual and remote visual techniques.
- Eddy current testing of tubes, welds, bolt holes, gears and material sorting
- Magnetic flux leakage Tank Floor Testing of bulk storage tanks.
- Vacuum box testing of tank floor bottoms and floor to shell seams.
- Iris Inspection
Qualified and experienced inspectors with WTIA, PCN and CSWIP qualifications can assist and supervise fabrication and third party inspection.
Material Inspection and Verification
Third party inspection and classification inspection of goods and fabrication items ensuring that purchaser is receiving goods in good order.
Ultrasonic testing of welds, castings, forgings and thickness mapping / survey, tanks, vessels and pipelines.
Magnetic Particle Inspection
Surface inspection techniques using magnetic particle, penetrant, visual and remote visual techniques.
Eddy Current Testing
With the use of electromagnetic induction to detect cracking within the weld cap and heat affected weld zones.
Magnetic Flux Testing
A magnetic method of non destructive testing that is used to detect corrosion and pitting in steel structures, most commonly pipelines and storage tanks.
Vacuum Box Testing
With the use of vacuum box the location of leaks in a pressure boundary area causing the formation of bubbles as leakage gas passes through a solution that cannot be directly pressurized.