• 17301 US Highway 59 NE, Thief River Falls, MN Phone: 218.683.5192, Toll-Free: 866.876.4366, Fax: 218.683.5392
866.876.4366  /  info@tpindt.com

WIND ENERGY

Manufacturing quality controls to field analysis

MANUFACTURING

Manufacturing quality controls to field analysis

PETROLEUM

Pipeline inspection, testing and reporting

EXPERTISE COMES STANDARD

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT), ANALYSIS, INSPECTIONS

Nondestructive Testing (NDT) services can detect surface and sub-surface defects without harming your material or products. Nondestructive testing  methods are also used to inspect the quality of welds for welder and procedure qualification or to detect defects. The nondestructive testing services at Technology Plus Incorporated follow strict quality procedures to assure reliable results, which are evaluated by our certified NDT Level II and Level III technicians. Our nondestructive testing inspectors are certified to the American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) recommendations.

The nondestructive testing services that we provide help to protect your assets and ensure the integrity of your tools, motors and equipment - which ultimately enhances safety and helps prevent accidents. By providing reliable and accurate nondestructive testing results, we can also help reduce costly repairs and downtime. The end result is that your company will optimize your inspection expenditures and increase profitability.




At Technology Plus Incorporated (TPI) we combine a team of experienced, dedicated professionals with the latest technology to provide nondestructive testing services that are accurate and reliable.

Technology Plus Incorporated partners with you to meet your Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and inspection solution needs. We provide a full suite of nondestructive testing solutions, including MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING, ULTRASONIC TESTING, LIQUID PENETRANT TESTING, ULTRASOUND C-SCAN TESTING, PHASED ARRAY ULTRASOUND TESTING, EDDY CURRENT TESTING, CERTIFIED WELD INSPECTION, and VISUAL INSPECTION.

NDT WORD OF THE WEEK

Eddy Current - Also called Foucault currents, Eddy currents are currents induced in conductors, when a conductor is exposed to a changing magnetic field due to relative motion of the field source and conductor; or due to variations of the field with time.