In-house Laboratory and Field Services

Advanced Testing in Our Laboratory or in the Field

Nondestructive testing (NDT) includes a number of analysis techniques used to evaluate the properties of a material, part, product, weld, or system without causing damage to the article being evaluated. NDT techniques are frequently used in a variety of engineering applications, including forensic, mechanical, electrical, civil, systems, aerospace and aeronautical, as well as medical applications.

NDT techniques do not damage or permanently alter the article being inspected, making them efficient and cost-effective analysis methods in product evaluation, troubleshooting and research. NDT techniques are particularly useful in ensuring the quality of finished products when employed during critical stages of the manufacturing or fabrication process.

Our state-of-the-art testing laboratory in Northwest Houston, Texas offers NDT testing and analysis, and is fully equipped to provide custom testing and assessment services to address unique application specifications. We also offer NDT testing and analysis services at customer site locations and in the field to provide maximum flexibility.

Our laboratory and field NDT inspection and testing services include:

  • Ultrasonic testing (UT)
  • Digital radiography (DT)
  • Magnetic particle testing (MP)
  • Liquid penetrant testing (PT)
  • Positive material identification (PMI)
  • Visual inspection

TÜV SÜD inspection and testing services are also ideally suited to meet the needs of the wide range of manufacturers and fabricators who serve client companies in the energy and chemical sectors and beyond. Our extensive and in-depth industry experience in advanced nondestructive testing techniques, vendor quality assurance and positive material identification can help suppliers meet the requirements of the most demanding customers.

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