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Non Destructive Testing

Non Destructive Testing

Non-Destructive Testing plays a crucial role in the production and maintenance of most constructions. Whether it is aircraft, ships, drilling rigs, bridges, power stations, petrochemical plants, cars or oil and gas pipelines, NDT is used to examine metal structures everywhere. Certainly, it is vital to be able to check whether welding joints are 100% secure. With Non-Destructive Testing, it is important that an object or a structure can be examined for possible faults without that object being destroyed or permanently deformed. Precisely because it causes no damage during examination, NDT is ideal for carrying out checks during production process and maintenance. This is also the reason why NDT is used in so many different fields.

 

Destructive testing is very useful during the design, production and subsequent verification stage. However, in cases where a very high reliability is desired from a component or an assembly being placed into service, up to 100% of the parts may need to be verified. Non destructive testing, as the name implies, becomes imperative in such cases. The NDT techniques are being used across all industrial segments to detect flaws, assess internal condition and properties of materials.

 

Non destructive testing has no defined boundaries. A simple Visual inspection is considered NDT, as also is the measurement of obscure physical property such as Barkhausen noise. NDT is utilized for detecting discontinuities and separations that are on the surface, surface-related and internal; to check microstructure, matrix structure, small and gross structural flaws; for dimensioning and metrology to find displacement and/ or position, dimensional variations, thickness or density; to determine such material properties as electrical, magnetic, thermal, mechanical and surface; for chemical composition and elemental analysis, impurity concentrations, metallurgical content and physicochemical state; stress and dynamic response such as stress, strain, fatigue, mechanical damage, chemical damage and dynamic performance; and Signature analysis of electromagnetic fields, thermal fields, acoustic and radioactive signatures.

 

AEIS has the necessary knowledge, skills, personnel and equipment to meet your most demanding NDT needs. We are involved with equipment manufacturers and engineering  colleges in research and development of non destructive testing even further. We have highly qualified and experienced ASNT ACCP NDT Level III and II personnel to understand and find solutions to your routine as well as unique problems.



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Testing Standards

 

Airbus

AITM 1-0058

American Petroleum Institute 

API Spec 5l, API STD 1104

American Society of Mechanical Engineers 

ASME Section IX  

ASTM International

ASTM A370, ASTM A641, ASTM A1038, ASTM B578, ASTM D785, ASTM D2240, ASTM D2583, ASTM D3363, ASTM E10, ASTM E18, ASTM E92, ASTM E140, ASTM E384, ASTM F606, ASTM F837, ASTM F879, ASTM F912

American Welding Society

AWS B4.0, AWS D1.1, AWS D1.2, AWS D1.5, AWS D3.6M, AWS D8.9M, AWS D14.3

British Standards Institute 

BS 903, BS EN ISO 6507, BS EN ISO 6508, EN ISO 6506, EN ISO 6508, BS EN ISO 14271

Deutsches Institut Fur Normung E.V.

DIN 267-4  

Euronorm

EN 1043-1, EN 1043-2, EN 10003-1, EN 10109

Ford Motor Company

Ford ESS-M1A160-A  

General Motors

GM 500M (Sec. 5.1, 5.2), GM455M (Sec. 5.1)  

International Organization for Standardization

ISO 48, ISO 868, ISO 1400, ISO 1818, ISO 3738-1, ISO 4516, ISO 4545, ISO 6506, ISO 7619, ISO 9015, ISO 15156-1, ISO 15614-1, ISO 22826

Japanese Industrial Standard 

JIS B1052, JIS B1053

Military Specification 

MIL-STD-1312-6, MIL-STD-248D  

Aerospace Industries Association/National Aerospace Standards Metric Standard 

NASM 1312

Naval Sea Systems Command 

NAVSEA S9074-GIB-010/248

SAE International 

SAE J78, SAE J417, SAE J429, SAE J995, SAE J1199

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