Industrial Inspection and Quality Control requirement s for the following Equipment:
• Rotating Equipment
• Static Equipment
• Instrument Equipment
• Lifting Equipment
• Industrial Valves
• Skid-Mounted Units
Inspection of Pressure Vessels
Inspection of Process Piping, Power Piping and Pipe Line
Inspection of Storage tanks
Inspection of Heat Exchangers
Inspection of Destructive test and Non-destructive test
Preparation of NDT Procedure, Review and approved the NDT Procedure.
Preparation of Inspection and Test Plan (ITP) as per the Client Requirement.
Preparation of Welding Procedure, Procedure Qualification Record and Welder qualification.
QTech Asset Integrity Services:
Along with, the multinational large team of workers has been formed both of skillful senior and junior technicians. In addition to the intensive training and long experience, their original educations include a spectrum of specialties starting from technical diploma, Bachelors’ of physics and up to mechanical and electrical engineering. The training and experience are tailored to cover all types of NDT operations, especially the vital and complicated ones. In short, we are a newly established company; but we have gathered experts to satisfy the requirements of our clients for long and short term needs, and the main spirit of QTech staff seeks maintaining the high quality regardless of the size of the work.
Magnetic Particles Test (MT)
Penetrante Test (PT)
Radiographic Test (RT)
Hardness Test (HT)
Positive Material Inspection (PMI)
Advanced NDT Services
Time of Flight Diffraction (Tofd)
Phased Array Ultrasonic (PAUT)
Eddy Current Testing (ET / RFT)
Long Range Ultrasonic Testing (LRUT)
Magnetic Flux Leakage(MFL)
NDT Equipment / Accessories Sales
UT Equipment and Acessories
MT Equipments / Benches
Eddy current Equipment
Advance techniques in Ultrasonic
3rd Praty Inspection Services
QA / QC
QTech Conventional NDT
X-Ray & Gamma Radiography:
Radiography involves the use of penetrating Gamma or X-ray to examine parts for internal imperfections. An X-ray generator or a radioactive isotope is used as the source of radiation. Radiation is directed through a test area and onto a film, through which an imperfection is indicated by a change in density on the film. This results in the clear detection of imperfections as they are more visible as compared to the results of Ultrasonic Flaw Detection.
- All type of materials can be inspected.
- Produces the permanent evidence (radiography film)
- Length of the defect can be sized
The thickness measurement & internal flaws of a material can be examined by using Ultrasonic Testing. It first transmits sound waves at a high frequency into a material. The sound introduced into the test object then returns to a receiver when it reflects off an internal imperfection or from the backwall surface. The imperfection or thickness is determined by the echo that is returned.
- All type of materials can be inspected. Inspection item can be examined from
- one side access itself.
- Length & Depth of the defect can be sized.
Magnetic Particle Testing :
Magnetic Particle Inspection is used to examine surface and near surface defects. Magnetic particle inspection uses magnetic field and small ferrous particles (iron filings) to detect flaws in test object. By inducing a magnetic field in a Ferro-magnetic material and then dusting the surface with iron fillings, any surface/near surface flaws will be visibly shown by a accumulation of iron filings.
- Only ferromagnetic materials can be inspected. Detects Surface & Near.
Liquid Penetrant Testing:
Liquid penetrant testing is used to check for surface defects of a component .Test object are coated with dye, then the excess dye is removed after penetration time and a developer is applied onto it. The developer act as a blotter. Any imperfections/cracks is seen visibly by the “Bleedout” .
- All types of Non Porous materials can be inspected.
- Detects open surface defects.
Positive Material Identification (P.M.I):
Our PMI XRF alloy analyzers are portable hand-held devices that perform a non-destructive test on the material at any time in merely seconds. XRF works by exposing the material to a flux of x-rays. The atoms then absorb the energy and become temporarily excited and they fluoresce, or emit x-rays. The x-rays emitted by the sample’s atoms possess clearly defined energies that are unique to the elements present in the sample.By measuring the intensity and energy, the XRF instrument can provide qualitative and quantitative analysis. In short, it can identify the elements, measure the concentration of each and display them on the unit.
- Identifies the material chemical composition in few seconds.
- Capable of inspecting fixed structures.
Inspection can be performed in a limited access area.