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Meeraner’s NDT Test Laboratory Accreditation Successfully Completed

On 7 November, Meeraner has a DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited test laboratory for manual non-destructive tests, including radiographic, ultrasonic, penetrant, magnetic powder and visual inspection of metallic materials in the metal-producing and metal-working industries and in plant engineering.

The company can now offer customers the best possible standard of non-destructive testing – as always in the usual Meeraner quality.

Detecting everything

Meeraner performs non-destructive material testing and offers comprehensive advice. Our test engineers are certified according to level 2 and 3, while they have many years of experience with highly complex, pressurised components.

We also test directly on site. As a perfect complement, we have a permanent representation of the TÜV Süd on the premises.

Non-destructive material testing

High-quality components and parts stay in their installed position, without being damaged in the course of the test. For this purpose, we offer you a range of non-destructive, tried and tested methods. These include:

  • Radiographic test / X-ray test RT
  • Ultrasonic test UT
  • Magnetic particle testing MT (surface crack testing)
  • Penetration test PT (surface crack testing)
  • Visual inspection VT (video endoscopy)

Advice and analysis

What details should you give special attention to? Where are hidden obstacles? How can you limit possible damages? Is a test still performed on time? Which procedure is the correct one? Our experts are at your disposal with their entire know-how:

  • Consulting on the selection of test methods
  • Preparation of reference blocks for component testing
  • Material determination (PMI test)
  • Coating thickness measurements
  • Roughness measurements
  • Hardness measurements
  • Pressure tests
  • 3D measurement with FARO Laser Tracker

In welding, austenitic and nickel-based materials such as S304H and HR3C tend to form hot cracks in the micro-structure range.
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