The professionals at Inspectrum Testing Inc. provide high-quality non-destructive ultrasonic test services in Grande Prairie. UT testing is used to reveal subsurface flaws without the safety hazards associated with radiography. Our ultrasonic testing services range from manual thickness readings to flaw detection. We provide ultrasonic inspection services executed in compliance with industry codes and standards such as ASME, API, CSA, and AWS.
You can rely on us to provide both shear wave and longitudinal wave ultrasonic testing. The procedures we use for the testing are demonstrated to ABSA and are ASME compliant, so you can count on us for effective and accurate results. Contact us for reliable non-destructive ultrasonic test in and around Grande Prairie.
Ultrasonic testing or UT is done in materials using high-frequency sound waves, typically between 500 kHz to 20 Mhz, to measure their thickness and determine the presence of defects. It comprises a range of non-destructive testing techniques that send ultrasonic waves through an object in the form of high-frequency sound waves transmitted through it to characterize the material or detect flaws.
The main methods of ultrasonic testing are:
Our technicians are trained and qualified to perform accurate and reliable ultrasonic test services in Grande Prairie.
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UT is ideal for the inspection of dense, crystalline structures and has a range of industrial applications. It is commonly used on:
Ultrasonic testing is completely nondestructive. The test piece will not be damaged or exposed to harmful chemicals. The advantages of ultrasonic testing include:
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Inspectrum Testing Inc. provides its ultrasonic testing (UT) services to many areas including Grande Prairie, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Grande Cache, Peace River, High Level, and others. Give us a call today to learn more about ultrasonic non-destructive testing done at our industrial facility.