JANX has a complete range of tools and techniques to match to each inspection application ranging from basic thickness measurements to fully automated inspections. Ultrasonic testing is a widely used non-destructive testing method that may be used for dimensional measurements, thickness, material characterization, flaw detection and more.
Ultrasonic testing may be utilized at any stage of an asset’s lifecycle, ranging from inspection to plates, forging, castings, and welded components, to in-service corrosion monitoring. JANX’s qualified operators interpret ultrasonic readings to applicable codes and standards such as API, ASME, and AWS while complying with required customer specifications.
JANX regularly provides high-production weld inspection services on major pipeline construction projects utilizing Automated Ultrasonic Testing with the RTD Rotoscan system.
Available ultrasonic testing equipment includes:
JANX utilizes a wide range of radiographic techniques including:
We are there when you need us
Because we’re equipped to mobilize ultrasonic testing services across the United States, our customers can get their inspections done whenever and wherever they need them. That includes pipeline operators working in remote environments or extreme conditions. Our technology and more than 35 years of experience mean customers can rely on us for thorough, detailed, and rapid inspection results.
JANX technicians receive both external and internal training in Manual Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement processes to make sure data acquisition and interpretation are thorough and accurate.
Shear wave, also known as angle-beam testing, is commonly used for flaw detection and the inspection of new construction welds, structural steel welds, and in-service welds.
JANX is an experienced provider of Time of Diffraction (TOFD) testing services, including testing done in conjunction with such other Ultrasonic Testing (UT) techniques as Automated Ultrasonic Testing and Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing.
Phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) provides a fast and reliable solution for flaw detection and characterization.