Magnetic Particle Non-Destructive Testing is the act of identifying imperfections in a material by examining disruptions in the flow of the magnetic field within the material. This method is used for the detection
Liquid Penetrant Non-Destructive Testing is a simple, inexpensive and reliable non-destructive inspection method for detecting discontinuities which are open to the surface of the item to be inspected.
Visual Testing is the observation, either directly or indirectly (remotely), of a specimen by an Inspector in such a fashion as to determine the presence or absence of surface discontinuities or irregularities.
Alternate layers of right hand and left hand lay strands causes numerous point contacts along the entire length of rope. These point contacts see high stresses when the rope is loaded causing localised deformation and wear.
Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) uses a powerful magnet to magnetize the conductive material under test (usually steel). Where there are defects — corrosion or material loss — the magnetic field “leaks” from the steel.
Hardness Testing (HT) is today one of the most frequently employed methods for mechanical material testing, in particular for metals. On the one hand, this test method allows qualitative relationships to other
A holiday test is an inspection method used to detect discontinuities in painted/coated surfaces using specialized tools and equipment. These tools, called holiday detectors, are portable devices that are swept
Ground penetrating radar (GPR) operates by transmitting electromagnetic waves (in the range of 10 ~ 1000 Hz) into the probed material and receiving the reflected pulses as they encounter discontinuities.