ASNT - certified testing experts

Our NDT inspectors are certified to ASNT (American Society of Nondestructive Testing) Level II and Level III. ASII operates full-service mobile units that utilize a series of advanced equipment capable of performing quality inspections for any form of ferrous and non ferrous material or component on site.

Testing services include:

  • Radiography
  • Ultrasonic
  • Positive Material
  • Magnetic Particle
  • Dye Penetration
  • Brinell Hardness
  • Vacuum Box

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Inspection Services

You may be surprised to learn that Visual Inspectors need more than just a well-trained set of eyes.

In fact, ASII Visual Inspectors receive specialized training to operate a number of high-tech devices and instruments. From the Charge-Coupled Device (an advanced imaging and color chip system), to a joystick-driven 50-foot long steer probe for very tight access, to advanced computer programs that accurately measure defects, voids, pits, corrosion, and wear, and store this information on a variety of media—Visual Inspection is a fully 21st century skill.

Visual inspection is one nondestructive testing method of many that Element is qualified and approved to perform on your parts and products. Our trained Visual NDT staff will provide you with important information to make the decisions you need to make for your business.

Reliable and cost-effective

Visual Inspection is also one of the most cost-effective methods to assess ongoing equipment reliability, and is typically the first (and last) nondestructive testing method used. A skilled visual inspector significantly enhances quality control and quality assurance during the fabrication of new equipment, and prevents costly outages and accidents on working equipment by evaluating wear and internal degradation

Vacuum Box Testing

Vacuum box testing is a non-destructive examination used when trying to locate weld seam leaks. A vacuum box and a compressor create a high or low pressure vacuum while a detergent solution is applied to the test area. The detergent bubbles, making leaks visible within the created pressure envelope. ASII utilizes systems compliant with ASTM E515. All inspections are conducted within the parameters of ASME V Section 10, Appendix II or to client specifications.

ASII APPLIES VACUUM BOX TESTING TO INSPECT

1. Tank bottoms, lap welds, butt welds, and shell to annular welds

2. Objects on which a pressure differential can be created across the area to be examined

ADVANTAGES

1. Provides an immediate indication visual of the location of any leaks present

2. Can detect small leaks within a given area

LIMITATIONS

1. Size and orientation of any leaks will have to be analyzed with a secondary NDT method

2. For standard testing surface temperature of the test material must be between 5°C and 50°C.  Otherwise, a procedure effective at the temperature range must be demonstrated.

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APPLIED STANDARDS INSPECTION
4781 Hwy 69 S
Beaumont, Texas 77705
Phone: 409-721-5800
Fax: 409-722-9625