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NDT is the keyword for Quality in industries.

NDT is used in a variety of settings that covers a wide range of industrial activity, with new NDT methods and applications, being continuously developed. NDT services are not only integrated with Asset Integrity Management (AIM) solutions, but also with Material Testing laboratories and seamlessly fit into Supply Chain services

Industrial plants such as Nuclear, Petrochemical, Power, Refineries, Pulp and Paper, Fabrication shops, Mine processing and their Risk Based Inspectionprogrammes.
  • Pressure vessels
  • Storage tanks
  • Welds
  • Boilers
  • Heat exchangers
  • Turbine bores
  • In-plant Piping
  • Full Storage tank Assessment
  • Shutdown Inspections
  • In-service Equipment Inspections
  • Pipelines
    • In-line Inspection using “pigs”
    • Pipeline integrity management
    • Leak Detection
    • Pipeline Open Data Standard
    • ASME Pressure Vessel and Piping as-built Inspections
    • Piping and Pressure Vessel Corrosion Monitoring
  • Railways
  • Tubular NDT, for Tubing material
  • Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
  • Amusement park rides
  • Submarines and other Naval warships
  • Wire Rope Testing for, Crane Wires, Mooring Wires, Rope-way Wires
Aviation maintenance companies use Nondestructive Testing (NDT) to inspect or detect cracks, flaws or imperfections in engine parts. Aerospace
  • Airframes
    • Spaceframes
  • Powerplants
    • Propellers
    • Reciprocating Engines
    • Gas turbine engines
    • Rocketry
  • Engine parts
  • Frame
  • Structures
  • Bridges
  • Cover Meter

Maintenance, repair and operations

  • Bridges


  • Machine parts
  • Castings and Forgings
  • Fabrication Inspection

NDT supports various kinds of engineering activities like mechanical, automotive, civil, electronics and many others. Hence it is utilised by a gamut of industries that deal with manufacturing processes using any or all of the above mentioned engineering process and further beyond.

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