Conventional Non-Destructive Testing

Your assets are in experienced hands when you trust us to deliver inspection services.

Eliminate the guesswork

From identifying weld defects to evaluating variations in structural properties, we have a solution.
Conventional non-destructive testing (NDT) has long served as the starting point in establishing or evaluating the condition of equipment. Our global reach, including technicians and field-proven solutions, meets your requirements for NDT. We offer solutions for newly-built equipment, existing infrastructure, and decommissioning activities by identifying the appropriate methods for each application.

Our globally-deployable solutions meet your critical and time-sensitive needs for non-destructive testing.

oceaneering, asset integrity, conventional NDT, inpsection, RT, radiographic testing, wall loss, defects

Radiographic Testing (RT)

Detects and evaluates wall loss and weld defects

oceaneering, asset integrity, conventional NDT, inpsection, UT, ultrasonic testing, wall loss, flaws

Ultrasonic Testing (UT)

Evaluates wall thickness and wall loss and detects internal flaws

oceaneering, asset integrity, conventional NDT, inpsection, MT, magnetic particle testing, cracks

Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)

Detects surface and near-surface cracks in ferrous material

oceaneering, asset integrity, inspection, NDT, dye penetrant, testing, weld defects

Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT)

Detects surface-breaking cracks and defects

Electromagnetic Testing (ET)

Detects surface and near-surface cracks in electrically-conducting material

oceaneering, asset integrity, NDT, inspection, visual testing

Visual Testing (VT)

Highly-experienced personnel meet your project requirements for close and general visual testing

Comprehensive Condition Monitoring Programs

Strategic, interval-based solutions

We enable you to maintain a value-adding, continual view of your assets by deploying advanced condition monitoring technologies. We use data collection on an ongoing basis and at defined intervals to ensure you meet regulatory requirements with the most efficient and safe approach.

  • Reduce safety risk
  • Reduce personnel on board (POB) allocation
  • Deliver improved utilization of inspection resources
  • Provide continuous monitoring of areas of known concern and anomaly locations
  • Monitor and inspect difficult-to-access locations
  • Reduce the cost of repeat inspection