Services (NDT)

Modern Non-destructive testing techniques – from Computer tomography to Visual Inspection

Our services for reliable test results

Computer tomography

The computer tomography provides the possibility of visualisation high-resolutioned cross sectional diagnosis. Furthermore this technique enables a virtual Fly Through over all mechanic and electronic products.

3D Object Scanning

The technique of 3D Object Scanning enables the captures even of complex surface structures quickly, precisely and cost-effectively. Your component will be visualised accurately in every detail.

3D Printing & Rapid Prototyping

As further service we offer the possibility of a three dimensional rendition of the measured results by using our 3D Printer.

2D / 2.5D X-Ray imaging

The 2D X-Ray analysis represents the quickest and almost cost-effective method of X-Ray techniques. Furthermore we provide the 2,5D X-Ray method as an almost unique technique.

Ultrasonic testing

The Ultrasonic technology is one of the famoust Non-destructive analyses methods and is based on the propagation of high-frequency sound waves. Their characteristic reflection is detected by a search unit and subsequently analysed using special instruments.

Eddy current testing

The Eddy current method is an electromagnetiv testing technique for all electric or conductive materials. This method makes use of electromagnetic induction inside the material and detects all surface flaws, fractures or inhomogenities in the material.

(Dye) Penetrant Testing

The Penetrant Testing is one of the simplists and oldest Non-destructive testing methods to detect and locate all surface-breaking discontinuities in the material of your subject. Thie method is suitable in order to detect surface fissures below 1 µm – analysing in our lab or on-site at your location.

Magnetic Particle Testing

The magnetic particle inspection method enables the analysis of the surface and subsurface discontinuities only in ferromagnetic materials.

Endoscopy & Videoscopy

With our smallest endoscopes and videoscopes we are able to reach areas in the material that were previously hidden. This technique can be done with highly flexible or steep endoscopes.