Radiographic Testing

Radiographic testing is one of the most widely used techniques of volumetric non-destructive testing and is often used to reveal internal, surface and sub-surface irregularities.

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Radiographic testing is widely used in a variety of industry sectors including aerospace, power generation, construction, petroleum, and chemical for all types of components and parts. The technique is commonly used on welded parts, castings, forgings, composites and is also used for corrosion mapping and the measurement of wall thickness.

  • How does it work?

    The radiographic technique uses X-rays or gamma rays to penetrate the tested component. The radiation is passed through the part and captured on radiographic film.

  • What does it benefit

    The benefit of using radiography is that it requires minimum surface preparation and provides a permanent record of testing. Precision offers on-site radiographic testing, and our highly experienced and trained radiographic staff are Level 2 or 3 qualified to, ASNT, SNT-TC-1A. 

  • How we help

    When Precision carries out site radiography you have complete assurance that all legal requirements and legislative notifications are adhered to, including the transportation of isotopes, protective enclosure barriers and warning systems.

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