Non-destructive testing

JSC «TSENTROENERGOMONTAZH» provides services for quality control of welded joints and base metal during installation, repair, reconstruction, operation and technical diagnostics (technical examination) of boilers, vessels, staсks, tanks, gas pipelines and other technical devices.

The quality control service is accredited for compliance with the requirements for testing and measuring laboratories STB ISO / IEC 17025 (BSCA, Republic of Belarus) and the requirements of the non-destructive testing system of Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Oversight of Russia.

Applied types and methods of testing

Radiation type of testing

1.1 Radiographic flaw detection;

1.2 Gamma-graphic flaw detection.

Acoustic type of testing

2.1 Ultrasonic flaw detection (UFD);

2.2 Ultrasonic thickness measurement (UTM);

Magnetic type of testing

3.1 Magnetic particle inspection (MPI).

Penetrant testing

4.1 Capillary (color) flaw detection (CFD);

4.2 Leakage control (LC) (kerosene sample method; bubble method).

Visual and Measurement Testing (VMT)

Destructive types of control and testing

6.1 Spectral analysis (steeloscopy) (SA);

6.2 Measurement of metal hardness (MH);

6.3 Mechanical tests: static tension and bending, impact bending (MT);

6.4 Metallographic studies (MGI).

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Ultrasonic flaw detection and thickness measurement are particular methods that allow measuring the walls of a pipeline, even without actually stopping its operation. This procedure is necessary in order to assess the condition of engineering systems.

X-ray flaw detection is an effective method for examining welded joints. This technology is based on radiation absorption. The background is quite simple: the fewer rays that fall outside, the better the structure of the material.

Gamma-graphic flaw detection is carried out using radioactive isotopes. In the process of carrying out certain manipulations, these elements disintegrate and generate particular rays. These rays help determine where defects are located.

Capillary flaw detection aims to quickly detect any surface defects by performing certain mechanical tests.

Magnetic particle inspection helps to quickly find damage of any kind. The essence of this procedure lies in the fact that the zones around the weld are magnetized, and specialists record the actual indicators in order to determine where there are deviations from the norm.