One of the oldest and most widely used techniques, Radiographic Testing (RT) is a conventional non-destructive testing method that uses x-rays or gamma radiography to perform full volumetric inspections to validate the integrity of welds and other components generated from a tube or from an isotope of Iridium-192, Selenium-75 or Cobalt-60. RT can be deployed for the testing of welds on pipelines, pressure vessels, piping, storage containers, and structures. Our technical experts are able to interpret radiographs to applicable codes and standards such as API, ASME, and AWS while complying with required customer specifications.

What are the advantages of Radiography (RT)?

Customers can obtain many benefits through the application of this conventional testing technique for their assets, which include:
Provides a permanent record, securing compliance with codes and standards
Executes full volumetric inspection
Is able to detect porosity, inclusions, cracks, and voids in the interior of welds
Provides accurate location of defects, where customers can quickly proceed with repairs, avoiding costly project slowdowns

Is Radiography (RT) the appropriate technique for our assets?

Radiography (RT) can be applied on assets owned and operated by companies in various sectors, including:
New construction
LNG fabrication
Learn more about how Radiography (RT) and other conventional techniques with the help of our technical experts today