Compo Non-Destructive Testing Services
Compo, CT American Welding Society (AWS)
Founded in 1919 the American Welding Society (AWS) is a nonprofit organization that is made up of members and panels of members. They are yearly contributing to advancing the science, technology, and application of welding and allied joining and cutting processes worldwide, including brazing, soldering and thermal spraying. Many well-known certifications come from AWS. The CWI or Certified Welding Inspector is one of them. Integrity Testlabs has in house and contract CWI qualified workers to meet the need of any project.
Non-Destructive Welding Testing in Compo, CT
Integrity Test Labs is the leading provider of NDT welding inspection services in Compo, CT. We check the integrity of your metal by employing a variety of testing methods including visual methodology, radiographic inspection, real-time x-ray, and more. Our NDT welding inspection company has served the Compo area for over 20 years, helping to protect the assets of local industries. Customer satisfaction is our top priority and we are dedicated to maintaining long-term relationships with clients based on consistently high-quality service. With the assistance of our NDT professionals, you can guarantee the integrity of your work. Contact us today for a consultation with one of our NDT inspectors in Compo, CT.
Compo, CT Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)
Ideal for ferrous material
ASNT; American Society for Nondestructive testing
A nonprofit organization which is governed by a board of directors. ASNT publishes and maintains SNT-TC-1A, Standards, Codes of practice, ANSI/ASNT CP-189 and CP-105. They also cover all aspects of qualification and certification of NDT personnel. Integrity Testlabs has a ANST Level III on staff that certifies our Level II and Level I employees so they meet the SNT-TC-1A requirements.
ASME Sec VIII; ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC)
Section VIII of ASME is the code that covers the design, manufacturing, inspection and testing of pressure vessels that exceed 15 psig. This code book provides specific requirements on welding and forging, mandatory and nonmandatory appendices detailing supplementary design criteria. Manufacturing companies must be certified by AMSE. Integrity Testlabs can provide all Non-destructive need to meet or exceed the requirements of ASME Sec VIII ASTM; American Society Testing and Materials.
ACFM; Alternating current field measurement in Compo, CT
Integrity Testlabs was one of the first companies to provide this inspection technique in the Northeast. ITL technicians have completed hundreds ACFM inspections on equipment shells in oil refineries in the Northeast. ACFM is a electromagnetic technique used for detecting cracks breaking the surface. Capable of also sizing the defect. ACFM can be used on ferrous and nonferrous metals. ACFM can be fast and effective inspection. It does need the area to be cleaned and electric available to run the ACFM unit. Wet Fluorescent Magnetic Testing (WFMT) can be used as an alternate inspection to confirm the findings of the ACFM.