Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT)
Grande Prairie’s Reliable Provider for Liquid Penetrant Testing
Liquid penetrant testing is one of the oldest and simplest non-destructive testing methods used to detect surface-breaking flaws such as cracks and porosity. Our trained professionals perform this method to detect faults in both ferrous and non-ferrous materials. This method allows businesses to have trouble-free functioning of their equipment, resulting in minimum or no downtime. If you also want to locate flaws in your equipment in a cost-effective manner, get in touch with Galey Inspection Services Ltd for liquid penetrant testing in Grande Prairie and surrounding areas.
Liquid Penetrant Testing Process
After properly cleaning the material's surface, a penetrant (dye suspended in liquid) is applied to the inspection surface and allowed to permeate for a certain amount of time. After this time period has passed and adequate capillary reactivity has occurred, the surplus penetrant is removed from the inspection surface, and a developer is applied. This developer extracts any dye that has pierced the surface-breaking indications, resulting in a visual presentation of the insufficiency. The technician will examine the fault at this moment.
Why Choose Us?
There are various reasons for choosing us, some of them are as follows:
To accomplish our job successfully, we rely on well-maintained, high-quality equipment. All of our vehicles are outfitted with the most recent international non-destructive testing requirements and are meticulously maintained.
Our simple-to-understand digital reports will be kept for future reference. These reports will contain a digital photograph of the specimen inspected.
We provide multi-ticketed, qualified, knowledgeable, and experienced technicians who have CGSB/ASNT Level II certification, and are up to date on the latest safety requirements and industry best practices.