Destructive Testing

Our trained and certified Destructive Testing experts perform above client expectations. Inspections are always performed to code and are done in the most cost-effective manner to keep your project moving forward.


Our Methods

Hardness Testing

  • Material hardness measurements are useful when selecting material, integrity for in-service, and verification after post-weld heat treatment. Typical measurement scales include Brinell, Rockwell, Knoop, and Vickers.

Bend Testing

  • Bend testing is used to verify soundness and ductility of a weld metal for welding procedure and welder qualification processes. Our bending process can either be performed in the shop or in the field.

Tensile Testing

  • Tensile testing consists of pulling a tensile specimen via mechanical means to measure a material’s response to stress as a verification for procedure qualification and welder qualification.

Charpy Impact

  • Charpy Impact testing is used to measure “notch toughness.” The test is performed using a pendulum of a certain mass and length.


  • Etching a metallic material involves using an acid solution on the surface of a metal to verify weld quality.

Nick Break

  • A nick break test is used to evaluate samples of a weld. The test can be performed via hydraulic/mechanical means or manually. The area is observed for porosity, slag, lack of fusion, and lack of penetration.

Proven Experts

For over 20 years, our expert technicians have provided high-quality Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) to the country’s leading oil and gas companies. Available 24/7, our crew is trained to use our state-of-the-art equipment and the latest technology to minimize your team’s downtime and maximize productivity.