James Fisher NDT is based in Deeside, near Chester, with supporting bases nationwide offering you the latest in innovative NDT technology with a solution driven approach with a "can do" attitude.
The phased array bracelet scanner is a probe made up of multiple small elements and is well suited to applications where limited access is available such as boilers and other areas where pipework is in close proximity to other equipment.
Designed for weld inspection and crack detection bracelet scanners are essential across a wide range of industries from aerospace to power generation, petro chemical and metal billet through to tubular goods suppliers, and pipeline construction and maintenance.
Digital radiography is very effective in its ability to detect flaws such as gas pores, inclusions and shrinkage. Images can be captured and examined in a fraction of the time taken with conventional film radiography either on site via our fully calibrated high resolution monitors or sent directly to customers for disposition.
Corrosion mapping video scanners allow curved surfaces and difficult to reach areas to be effectively inspected for potential areas of concern. Using an LED and camera the probe can be tracked across the surface and the areas of damage or corrosion can be identified and accurately located.
Traditional film radiography continues to be the accepted standard in many industries. With well proven and established radiography techniques for many vital components this is a reliable and effective way to detect faults and flaws. With more than 20 PCN/NAS 410 qualified staff, a dedicated centralised technical administration and quality management team you can be confident you will get prompt and accurate results every time..
The 'Swipe Scanner' from James Fisher NDT makes mapping large vessels, tanks and pipework simple, accurate and fast. Allowing you to quickly asses internal corrosion levels of your key infrastructure avoiding unexpected and inconvenient asset down time.
Speed up inspection and remove the need for costly and time consuming scaffolding with the RMS 600 free crawling ultrasonic scanner from James Fisher NDT gives fast, accurate and reliable corrosion scanning in a fraction of the time needed for more traditional NDT inspection methods.
The chain scanner from James Fisher NDT is designed to carry out in service inspection of wide diameter pipe welds and accurately measure weld quality and corrosion around slip on flanges for wide diameter pipes without the need to open and access the pipework directly as this is seldom practical due to operational and safety considerations.
Light, compact and portable ultrasonic scanner for fast and accurate corrosion mapping
Testing weld integrity/quality of thick wall plate butt-weld with phased array technique. T
In service scanning of welds using Time Of Flight Defraction to identify any areas of defect including corrosion or erosion.
Using pressure waves to identify damage and defects within welds on thick plate to give quick and accurate results for 'in service' inspection.
Watch innovative new technology being deployed to perform vital NDT inspection on SGN gas network Orpheus underground regulator valves.