Non-destructive testing (NDT)

Non-destructive testing is an essential element in maintaining safe and continuous operations in any sector. We can aid with both standard and advanced NDT tasks.

Your partner for NDT products

We offer a broad range of top-quality NDT equipment and accessories designed to support your NDT inspections.

See the full range and contact us for all your NDT product needs here.

We offer a wide range of courses within traditional and advanced ultrasonic testing. Complete our course in Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) and you will be regocnised within the industry as a modern and qualified NDT inspector.
Prototype of the autonomous robot that 3D scans wind turbine blades before they leave the manufacturing site.

Autonomous robot 3D scans wind turbine blades

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FORCE Technology, Siemens Gamesa RE and DTU have developed a robot which 3D-scans the surface of blades.

Crawler on bridge

Automatic evaluation of complex sensor data

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Adaption of AE-methods for composite materials, welds, and concrete structures.

Wind turbines, wind power

Next step in the cost reduction in the wind industry

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Mobile inspection robots and automated evaluation of inspection data will play a major part in reducing costs for subcontractors, contractors, producers and owners in the wind industry.

Inspection of storage tank at CHP Skærbæk Power Station

Inspection of Øresteds hot water storage for k-weld

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Phased array ultrasonic inspection (PAUT) of storage tank on the CHP Skærbæk Power Station.

NDT in nuclear power plants

One hundred percent thickness measurement

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The steam lines at Ringhals nuclear power plant are subject to periodic inspection. So far, the thickness has been measured manually by using ultrasound, but now tests have been made with the mechanized T-scan system.

Set-up of the probes of the AMS-69.

UT system for blade examination in Korea

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Complete ultrasonic system for test and production control of wind turbine blades in Korea.

The X-act 630 is an innovative X-ray measuring system for the plastic pipe industry.

Innovative X-ray measuring system for the plastic pipe industry

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The system provides manufacturers with the opportunity to optimise their materials consumption.

Water jet probes activated for control of alignment.

Water jet probe scanning system upgraded

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Water jet probe system refurbished and upgraded to meet new demands for inspection performance.

The AMS-14 scanner set-up with ultrasonic probes mounted in a frame perpendicular to the pipe axis reduces inspection time from 55 to 11 hours per unit.

P-scan reduces inspection time with a factor of 5

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Scana Steel Björneborg AB of Sweden has supplied high quality stress joints, 18.5 meters long conic steel pipes, to the offshore industry for years.