Metus NDT Services

SPARK has the collabaration with the indias most advanced Metus NDT Services has a group of technocrats who has an immense experience in developing testing programs for numerous components with non-destructive testing services. We will detect flaws or inclusions in pieces thereby avoiding cost expenses through failure. Metus NDT Services provides testing services for automotive, aerospace, oil & refinery, power plant and similar other industries. We utilize the highest-quality procedures and methods to ensure that your product complies with industry and company standards and thereby meeting your company's economic and delivery requirements.

Benefits at a View:

With Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) services from METUS NDT Services, you will benefit:

  • Quality assurance
  • Quality control
  • Metus NDT Services' exclusive one-stop service
  • Cost reduction
  • Reduced risk of company liability

  • We are also providing ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2011 level II training for both Conventional and Advanced NDT methods which includes Ultrasonic Testing, Magnetic-Particle Testing, Liquid Penetrant Testing, Radiographic Testing, Visual Inspection , Eddy-Current Testing, Infrared Thermography, Vibration Analysis. We also provide Civil NDT and composite NDT programmes. Our Training will be conducted by highly skilled professionals using animations with extensive practical classes and conducts examination through online. We also give placement assurance to students.

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    Penetrant Testing

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    Surface-breaking defects in products can mean a shutdown in production and a loss of revenue. To help you stay up and running, as a part our defect testing services, Metus NDT Services provides liquid penetrant testing, an inspection method used to locate surface defects in all types of materials - metals, plastics, or ceramics. It can be applied to all non-ferrous materials and ferrous materials.

    Benefits at a View:

  • Lower cost compared to other methods
  • Fast turnaround time
  • Metus NDT Services' exclusive one stop service

  • Our Services for Liquid Penetrant Inspection:

    Our liquid penetrant inspection service follows simple procedures:

  • A liquid with high surface-wetting characteristics is applied to the part's surface and is given enough time to seep into surface defects.
  • The excess liquid is removed from the part's surface.
  • A developer is applied to pull the trapped penetrant out of the defects and spread it on the surface where it can be seen.
  • A visual inspection is performed.
  • The penetrant used can be loaded with a fluorescent dye, and the inspection is done under UV light to increase test sensitivity.


    Magnetic Particle testing

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    Surface and subsurface discontinuities in ferrous materials can lead to machinery and production shutdowns, but they are often not easy to spot in time.
    Metus NDT Services offers magnetic particle inspections (MPI) - a Non Destructive Testing (NDT) process for detecting these discontinuities. With state-of-the-art multidirectional MPI equipment, we can determine a part's serviceability or conformity, saving you future costs and delays.
    Our personnel are trained and certified in multiple standards and are capable of analysing the best method in Non-Destructive testing for your product.

    Benefits at a View:

    With Magnetic particle inspection services from Metus NDT Services, you can be sure of:
  • Saving and expediting production capabilities before costly machining
  • Quality control and assurance
  • Knowledgeable data acquisition and analysis
  • Early detection of defective parts, saving you costly field repairs
  • Reduced risk of company liability with documented inspection reports
  • Metus NDT Services' exclusive one-stop service


    Radiographic Testing

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    Radiographic Testing method is commonly used to examine for surface and subsurface discontinuities. Radiographic Testing can detect internal discontinuities such as voids, porosity, inclusions and cracks in Piping & structural weldments , Pipeline weldments , castings, valves & tubes in a wide range of materials, sizes and shapes. The interpretation of radiographic film of welds requires knowledge of not only welding and welding discontinuities, but also the exercise of good judgment as to whether the discontinuities are actually defects. Radiography Technicians have extensive experience in film interpretation at both ASNT Level II, ASNT Level III

    Benefits at a View:

  • Inspection of a wide variety of material types with varying density
  • ability to inspect assembled components
  • minimum surface preparation required
  • sensitivity to changes in thickness corrosion
  • voids
  • cracks and material density changes
  • the ability to detect both surface and subsurface defects and the ability to provide a permanent record of the inspection.
  • Metus NDT Services provide complete radiographic services for field applications. The trained certified inspector is able to read and grade the films and then determine if parts are acceptable or rejectable.


    Ultrasonic Testing

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    By using Ultrasonic Testing, We can detect extremely small flaws or discontinuities in a product, with only one surface needing to be exposed. Our equipment is portable and can provide quick and highly accurate inspections.

    An ultrasound transducer connected to a Ultrasonic machine is put in contact with the object that is being inspected. The end results are the pulse waves that are transmitted through the product. When measured, these can determine imperfections and thicknesses. They can even measure the size of the imperfections or inclusions in a product.

    Ultrasonic thickness gauge measurement (UTG) are made using pulse-echo technique. This technique determines thickness or reveals corrosion discontinuities/ loss of wall thickness near the surface or deep within components or structures. It offers the advantage of examining components without removal or disassembly.

    Our personnel are trained in ultrasonic techniques and are certified to UT level I & II as per American Society for Non Destructive Testing (ASNT). They can interpret results on site and give a quick response so that the product can be compared to the given standard and appropriate measures can be taken.

    Main Uses of Ultrasonic Testing:

  • Used to locate surface and subsurface defects in many materials like metals.
  • The excess liquid is removed from the part's surface.
  • Finding internal weld imperfection
  • Thickness measurements.
  • Depth of penetration for flaw detection or measurement is superior to other methods.
  • One side access is sufficient.
  • Provides distance information.
  • Finding internal weld imperfection
  • Minimum part preparation is required.
  • Hazardless with high safety.
  • Benefits at a View:

    With UT services from Metus NDT Services, you can be sure of:
  • Quick and highly accurate inspections
  • Fast turnaround time
  • Finding any flaws or discontinuities, including extremely small ones, in a product
  • Reduced risk of company liability with documented safety standards
  • Metus NDT Services' exclusive one-stop service


    Visual Testing

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    Once they are in the field, defective parts can be costly to repair. To help you avoid these extra costs, Metus NDT Services' trained professionals use visual inspection on welds to find and determine small defects.

    Our certified inspectors are trained to determine the various lengths, measurements, and quality of welded parts and components and to verify that the product meets the requirements of the specifications - whether it is military, automotive, construction, or aerospace. We also offer a specific inspection service for welds

    To provide visual inspection services, our visual inspectors can travel to any location around the world. They have extensive training and experience - making Metus NDT Services the inspection agency of choice.

    Benefits at a View:

    With visual inspection services from Metus NDT Services, you can be sure of:
  • Quality control and assurance
  • Knowledgeable data acquisition and analysis
  • Early detection of defective parts, saving you costly field repairs
  • Reduced risk of company liability with documented inspection reports
  • Metus NDT Services' exclusive one-stop service

  • Our Inspectors use a whole range of proper devices, such as filet weld gauges, undercut gauges, bridge cam gauges, flashlight, ruler, magnifying glass, and a camera, for documentation assistance during product inspection.


    Eddy Current Testing

    Rs. 1000
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    Eddy current inspection is one of several NDT methods that uses the principle of "electromagnetism" as the basis for conducting examinations. Several other methods such as Remote Field Testing (RFT), Flux Leakage and Barkhausen Noise also use this principle. One of the major advantages of eddy current as an NDT tool is its variety of inspections and measurements that can be performed. Using our eddy current equipment we can produce high resolution and accurate report by analysing software. Metus NDT Services Provides Eddy Current Testing to our customer's in different industries with highly sophisticated Eddy Current equipment. Our Valuable Services in Eddy Current Testing are as follow:
  • Tube Inspection
  • Material Sorting
  • Crack detection
  • Material thickness measurements
  • Coating thickness measurements

  • Conductivity measurements for:

  • Material identification
  • Heat damage detection
  • Case depth determination

  • Benefits at a view:

  • Sensitive to small cracks and other defects.
  • Detects surface and near surface defects.
  • Very fastest technique.
  • Portable equipment.
  • Minimum part preparation is required.
  • Test probe does not need to contact the part.
  • Inspects complex shapes and sizes of conductive materials.

  • Some of the limitations of eddy current inspection include

  • Only conductive materials can be inspected.
  • Surface must be accessible to the probe.
  • Reference standards must be maintained.
  • Depth of penetration is limited for all materials.
  • Flaws that lie parallel to the probe coil winding and probe scan direction are undetectable.


    Vibration Analysis

    Rs. 2000
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    Vibration Analysis as a quality service provider, Metus NDT Services offer custom designed vibration monitoring and analysis support packages for companies, both large and small Vibration Spectrum Analysis identifies bearing failures and a significant amount of other rotating equipment problems before they become disasters. It is the best practice for monitoring rotating equipment (cooling towers, gear boxes, pumps, electric motors, blowers, turbines, etc.). Vibration Analysis is also important for acceptance testing for equipment installations (building floors, piping, rotating equipment). Our services are provided across all sectors of the production and manufacturing industry, such as power generation, mining and mineral processing, oil and gas, petrochemical, automotive, paper & pulp, utilities and food and beverage. Our engineers and technicians are capable of delivering multiple condition monitoring technologies and corrective maintenance techniques. Failure Prevention Associates can also optimize your machine performance through vibration analysis and its other services.

    Benefits at a view:

  • Widely Applicable
  • Consistent Across All Equipment
  • Simple Data Comparison
  • Early Problem Detection
  • Strong Fault Diagnosis (Installation, Manufacture, Component & Lubrication etc)
  • Increase Plant Uptime / Profits
  • Extend Maintenance Periods / Reduce Spares Stock
  • Improve Shutdown Scheduling

  • Vibration monitoring services offered:

  • In House Systems - We can assist you in the best way to setup and maintain your own in house vibration monitoring program.
  • Vibration Monitoring Service - Routine data collection, analysis and reporting carried out by us.
  • Vibration Analysis - You collect the data and we will analyse it and report back our findings.
  • Trouble Shoots - One off diagnosis and analysis of machine vibration problems.
  • Commissioning - A full vibration monitoring report prior to plant handover and acceptance.


    Infrared Thermography Testing

    Rs. 2000
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)

    Infrared Thermographic Testing:

    Thermography has been accepted as a satisfactory alternative for some in-service airplane inspections. Better, more sensitive, thermography equipment is available now that has expanded the uses for thermography and the types of defects that can be found with thermography. Boeing continues to examine other possible uses for thermography related to NDT inspections of in-service airplanes.

    Infrared thermography for non-destructive testing and evaluation (NDT & E) aims at the detection of subsurface features (i.e. subsurface defects, anomalies, etc.), owing to temperature differences (DT) observed on the investigated surface during monitoring by an infrared camera. At temperatures above absolute zero all bodies emit electromagnetic radiation. Infrared thermography or thermal imaging is a measurement technique based on the detection of radiation in the infrared spectrum (usually in the 2-5.6 mm and 8-14 mm regions). These two spectral bands are commonly used because of their low atmosphere absorption.

    The principal problem where infrared measurements are concerned is the emissivity, emittance of the material(s). Provided that an infrared camera detects and records the radiation emitted by a material under investigation and renders this energy to a temperature - thermal image, the characteristic that describes the relation between the emitted radiation and the material's temperature, is termed as emissivity. Emissivity is actually a surface property that states the ability of the investigated material to emit energy. Values for emissivity (e) can be between 0 (perfect reflector - mirror) and 1 (perfect emmiter - blackbody). As a result, emissivity plays an essential role in infrared thermographic surveys and is dependent on temperature, wavelength and surface condition. A surface with a low emissivity value (i.e. aluminium, steel, etc.) acts as a mirror (high reflectance). However, such problem is usually overcome using high emittance flat paints (i.e. black colour water based paints) for painting the investigated surface(s).


    Concrete Testing

    Rs. 2000
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    It is often necessary to test concrete structures after the concrete has hardened to determine whether the structure is suitable for its designed use. Ideally such testing should be done without damaging the concrete. The tests available for testing concrete ranges from the completely Non-Destructive, where there is no damage to the concrete, through those where the concrete surface is slightly damaged, to partially destructive tests, such as core tests and pullout and pull off tests, where the surface has to be repaired after the test. The range of properties that can be assessed using Non-Destructive Tests and partially destructive tests is quite large and includes such fundamental parameters as density, elastic modulus and strength as well as surface hardness and surface absorption, and reinforcement location, size and Distance from the surface. In some cases it is also possible to check the quality of Workmanship and structural integrity by the ability to detect voids, cracking and Delamination.

    Non-Destructive Testing can be applied to both old and new structures. For new structures, the principal applications are likely to be for quality control or the resolution of doubts about the quality of materials or construction. The testing of existing structures is usually related to an assessment of structural integrity or adequacy. In either case, if destructive testing alone is used, for instance, by removing cores for compression testing, the cost of coring and testing may only allow a relatively small number of tests to be carried out on a large structure which may be misleading. Non-Destructive Testing can be used in those situations as a preliminary to subsequent coring.

    Metus NDT Services Provides Civil NDT Services to our customer's in Civil Industry with highly sophisticated Civil NDT equipment. Our valuable services:

  • Non-Destructive Testing of Steel Elements
  • Steel Elements (mostly applied to other metals also)
  • Dye penetrant
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Radiographic testing
  • Magnetic particle testing
  • Acoustic emissions testing

  • Basic methods for NDT of concrete structures:

    The following methods, with some typical applications, have been used for the NDT of concrete:

  • Visual inspection
  • Half-cell electrical potential method
  • Schmidt/rebound hammer test
  • Carbonation depth measurement test
  • Permeability test
  • Radiographic testing
  • Ultrasonic pulse velocity testing
  • Infrared thermography

  • Visual inspection:

    This is an essential precursor to any intended Non-Destructive Test. An experienced civil or structural engineer may be able to establish the possible cause(s) of damage to a concrete structure and hence identify which of the various NDT methods available could be most useful for any further investigation of the problem.

    Half-cell electrical potential method:

    Used to detect the corrosion potential of reinforcing bars in concrete.

    Schmidt/rebound hammer test:

    Used to evaluate the surface hardness of concrete.

    Carbonation depth measurement test:

    Used to determine whether moisture has reached the depth of the reinforcing bars and hence corrosion may be occurring.

    Permeability test:

    Used to measure the flow of water through the concrete.

    Cover meter testing:

    Used to measure the distance of steel reinforcing bars beneath the Surface of the concrete and also possibly to measure the diameter of the reinforcing bars.

    Radiographic testing:

    Used to detect voids in the concrete and the position of stressing ducts.

    Ultrasonic pulse velocity testing:

    Mainly used to measure the sound velocity of the concrete and hence the compressive strength of the concrete.

    Infrared thermography:

    Used to detect voids, Delamination and other anomalies in concrete and also detect water entry points in buildings.


    Composite NDT Training & Testing

    Rs. 2000
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)

    Metus NDT Services provides training for the inspection of composite materials. We familiarize the student with different types of manufacturing processes and how they can be inspected. In each of our training sessions, all the NDT methods used to inspect composites are discussed.

    This course will be filled with a lot of valuable information including field strategies and practical case histories. Medium of teaching will be in audio visual methods using animations, video & power points. Every day practical sessions will be conducted using our advanced NDT equipments. All the required codes will be discussed. Composite Course Curriculum:

  • NDT methods used for composites
  • Defect Terminology
  • Composite Standards
  • Materials & Manufacturing
  • NDT Methods - Ultrasonic, Visual, Bond Testing, Thermography,

  • Laser Shearography

    A. Composite-X-Ray:

    a. X-ray inspection (radiography) is used to identify cracks and defects in structures that are not easy to access by visual inspection. Using X-ray inspections we can find:
    Broken structure
    Large cracks when there is a movement or separation of structure
    The X-ray generator is used to find the exact location even in case of small cracks related to the geometry and thickness of the structure.

    b. X-ray inspection is not recommended for general use where visual inspection is possible.

    c. Radiography inspections of bonded and composite structures are used to identify the quantity of visually identified damage and to aid in the inspection of the condition of bonded panels. Defects such as crushed core and fractures, results of impact damage can be found with radiography.

    d. Radiography inspections of lightning strikes will help to identify the quantity of core damage in honeycomb structure.

    e. Conditions such as water in honeycomb and large fractures can also be found by X-ray inspection. Also, structural conditions below the surface of a part which can affect other NDT inspections such as ultrasonic bond tests can be identified using radiography. Examples of subsurface structural conditions that can be shown by radiography includes core splice, repair, potting compound, filler foam or too much adhesive.

    f. Usually when an X-ray inspection is made, The location and the direction of the possible failure are known from failures that have occurred before. A list of areas has been made from fatigue tests, structural design programs and service failures that have occurred before, for structure that should be examined regularly by X-ray.

    g. Use the Maintenance Planning Documents with the Non destructive Testing Manual to do a satisfactory inspection on the airplane.

    B. Composite Ultrasonic Inspection:

    Ultrasonic inspection is divided into two primary areas: Ultrasonic Flaw Inspection and Ultrasonic Bond Inspection. Ultrasonic Bond Inspection is further divided into inspections for metallic and composite structures.

    a. Ultrasonic inspection can be made on almost all types of material used in airplane structures. It is a very sensitive way to find defects on the surface and below the surface of parts. The Boeing Company is interested in its use in material quality control and in airplane maintenance programs. In relation to airplane maintenance and overhaul, the company has looked the most at the landing gear systems and the areas around fastener holes. Inspection procedures have been prepared for all major components of the landing gear systems of airplanes: wheels, cylinders, torque link lugs. Other areas of the airplane are now examined, and it is recommended that individual operators also try to find possible uses of ultrasonic tests in other areas of the airplane.

    b. There are three basic ultrasonic test types: (1) pulse-echo, (2) resonance, and (3) through transmission. Of the three, pulse-echo is mostly used.

    C. Eddy Current Testing:

    Eddy current inspection is one of the most frequently used inspections on in-service airplanes available. Small battery operated instruments have made eddy current instruments to use on airplanes easily.

    D. Infrared Thermographic Testing:

    Thermography has been accepted as a satisfactory alternative for some in-service airplane inspections. Better, more sensitive, thermography equipment is available now that has expanded the uses for thermography and the types of defects that can be found with thermography. Boeing continues to examine other possible uses for thermography related to NDT inspections of in-service airplanes.


    Numerical control (NC) is the automation of machine tools that are operated by precisely programmed commands encoded on a storage medium, as opposed to controlled manually by hand wheels or levers, or mechanically automated by cams alone. Most NC today is computer (or computerized) numerical control (CNC), in which computers play an integral part of the control.

    In modern CNC systems, end-to-end component design is highly automated using computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs. The programs produce a computer file that is interpreted to extract the commands needed to operate a particular machine by use of a post processor, and then loaded into the CNC machines for production. Since any particular component might require the use of a number of different tools like drills, saws, etc., modern machines often combine multiple tools into a single "cell". In other installations, a number of different machines are used with an external controller and human or robotic operators that move the component from machine to machine. In either case, the series of steps needed to produce any part is highly automated and produces a part that closely matches the original CAD design. SPARK has the Industry setup to fabricate all types of Engineering mould with the help of CNC machine. The student Project Design and bonafide from the institution is mandatory for fabricate the model.

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