An economical and expedient test method to verify
that a component or structure has been fabricated or assembled in accordance
with a written set of instructions.
test method utilizing high frequency sound to examine the thickness of
An economical and expedient test method to determine
if cracks or other surface breaking discontinuity are present. This method
however, can only be applied to materials that can be magnetized.
to magnetic particle testing, this method utilizes colored or fluorescent
dyes to detect surface breaking defects such as cracks.
Although not strictly
a non-destructive method, this simple yet effective method is helpful
in determining the mechanical properties of a material.
A test method utilizing X-rays or gamma radiation
to examine the interior of a
or a weld. This technique is applied to the inspection and testing of
systems or welded structures where a high degree of safety and reliability
is called for.
test method utilizing high frequency sound to examine the interior of
or a weld. As with radiographic testing, this technique is applied to
the inspection and testing of systems or welded structures where a high
degree of safety and reliability is called for.
simple, non-invasive test method to determine the location and depth of
reinforcing steel (rebar) in concrete structures.
TESTING OF SPRAYED-FIRE RESISTIVE MATERIAL (Fireproofing)
evaluation of SFRM thickness and density can be provided
as part of a building's structural steel inspection. This
procedure is performed to assure the contractor has conformed to local
fire safety and building Codes.