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Ultrasonic Testing (UT)

Ultrasonic Testing (UT)

Ultrasonic Testing

Ultrasonic Testing is a form of NDT used to detect internal discontinuities, material thickness, and part integrity.

Ultrasonic testing is used to inspect casting, forging, welded components in all industrial sectors.

The method can be performed on all types of materials:

  • Defects that are small and deep in the surface.
  • To detect object thickness.
  • Assessment of part integrity.

Its major advantage is quick and portable inspection.

ANDT uses advanced ultrasonic equipment and we can inspect customers’ components and structures according to industry codes and standards or customer specifications, ensuring that components or structures meet the highest quality standards for safety and reliability.  We offer both off-site and on-site ultrasonic testing.

The technique uses a pluser unit to power an ultrasonic transducer. The transducer is placed into contact with the tested object with a thin layer of couplant and sound waves are generated into the object. The reflected waves are assessed and the signals from the echo are shown on the display unit. Skilled interpretation of the signals indicates if there are any defects or discontinuities. 

Our experienced ultrasonic inspectors are certified according to industry standards in ASNT level 2 and 3. They offer guidance in the selection of suitable testing methods and regiment.

By choosing ANDT for your ultrasonic testing, we can meet your production and maintenance schedules. And our highly experienced inspectors use advanced equipment to give you the Total Quality Assurance that your products or components are compliant with industry standards. 


Other Advanced Ultrasonic Testing Methods Provides by ANDT:-

Not only does ANDT provide manual ultrasonic testing, but we also offer advanced ultrasonic testing that includes:

  • Time of flight diffraction (TOFD)
  • Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement
  • Immersion ultrasonic testing
  • Phased array


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