NQEA operates a NATA accredited Laboratory for a range of Non-Destructive Testing techniques.
NDT is an essential tool for many critical systems and fabricated items.
From pelton wheels in hydroelectric power stations to welding operator qualifications to multi-stage booms on concrete pumps, NDT techniques are almost limitless in their application.
NQEA has accreditation for the following techniques:
The above descriptions are generic. Precise descriptions in accordance with NQEA’s NATA scope of accreditation may be requested by contacting email@example.com.
NQEA provides NDT services to:
Non-Destructive Ultrasonic Testing | NDT James V-Meter Mk IV
Head Load Tester | Non-Destructive Testing for Beverage Industries - TehloTest
Digital Cap Redraw Gauge | Non-Destructive Testing for Beverage Industries
Non Destructive Leak Testers | SealTick TSE 6086B
Non-Slam Non-Return Valve | Hydromine
Vehicle Brake Testing - MAHA
Water Quality Testing Facility
Valve Testing Equipment | Efco
Power Supply & Adaptor Testing
Transformer Identification & Testing
ADSL and VoIP Testing Services
Metal Detection / Testing Procedures
Prevectron Real Life Testing
Soil consolidation testing
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Materials Testing Machines without deflection
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