Petrochemical & Chemical Non Destructive Testing
Chemical non-destructive testing equipment is required when dealing with vessels pipes and ancillaries. Check out our petrochemical and chemical products to help with your ultrasonic testing.
High pressures, temperatures and corrosive fluids are often found in the petrochemical and chemical industries; sometimes in combination. A wide variety and combination of materials are used to contain these challenging conditions.
Petrochemical & Chemical Resources
Ultrasonic Inspection Methods for Composites in Motosports
Composites have become a dominant material in motorsport, accounting for up to 85% of the vehicles used today. This includes all levels of Formula…
Phased Array Technique for Inspection of Contact Point Corrosion
The PA-CAT™ phased array technique developed by Holloway NDT & Engineering Inc. is an attenuation-based modelling algorithm used to evaluate the…
Wave Inspection of Nozzles and Nodes with non-uniform circumferential weld profiles
The inspection of nozzles and nodes requires a high level of skill and experience for both inspection and interpretation.
Phased Array Bolt Inspection, Encoded and Freehand
Bolts are used in every industry over multiple applications from holding storage vessels and structures to the ground to connecting high pressure…
Petrochemical & Chemical Equipment
Single Element WheelProbe
The Single Element WheelProbe uses Sonatest rubber technology for near-dry ultrasonic coupling.
The WheelProbe 2 is proving to be unrivalled in the field of composite inspection and corrosion monitoring in terms of speed and ease of use, in…
The prisma ultrasonic flaw detector offers the end user, outstanding performance in the field together with the flexibility and capability to step up…
Sonatest Sitescan Flaw Detectors have always meant highly reliable, technician focused and this range continues this tradition.
Sonatest Sitescan Flaw Detectors have always meant highly reliable, technician focused flaw detection equipment and this model builds on that…