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Materials Characterization


We identify and quantify the chemical composition of the different types of materials.


We determine the mechanical properties of the different materials through the following tests:
-Stress test.
-Hardness tests.
-Impact tests.


We determine the structural or constitutive characteristics of the matrial by relating it to the physical and mechanical properties.


We recognize and optimize the mechanical and microstructural properties of the materials involved in the performance of the work to be performed.

Non Destructive Testings

VT: Visual Testing

Involves using an inspector's eyes to look for defects. The inspector may also use special tools such as magnifying glasses, mirrors, or borescopes to gain access and more closely inspect the subject area. Visual examiners follow procedures that range from simple to very complex.

PT: Penetrant Testing

Inspect objects are coated with visible or fluorescent dye solution. Excess dye is then removed from the surface, and a developer is applied. The developer acts as blotter, drawing trapped penetrant out of imperfections open to the surface. With visible dyes, vivid color contrasts between the penetrant and developer make "bleedout" easy to see. With fluorescent dyes, ultraviolet light is used to make the bleedout fluoresce brightly, thus allowing imperfections to be readily seen.

MT: Magnetic Testing

This method is accomplished by inducing a magnetic field in a ferromagnetic material and then dusting the surface with iron particles (either dry or suspended in liquid). Surface and near-surface imperfections distort the magnetic field and concentrate iron particles near imperfections, previewing a visual indication of the flaw.

ET: Electromagnetic Testing

With electrical currents are generated in a conductive material by an induced alternating magnetic field. The electrical currents are called eddy currents because they flow in circles at and just below the surface of the material. Interruptions in the flow of eddy currents, caused by imperfections, dimensional changes, or changes in the material's conductive and permeability properties, can be detected with the proper equipment.

RT: Radiography Testing

Involves the use of penetrating gamma or X-radiation to examine parts and products for imperfections. An X-ray generator or radioactive isotope is used as a source of radiation. Radiation is directed through a part and onto film or other imaging media. The resulting shadowgraph shows the dimensional features of the part. Possible imperfections are indicated as density changes on the film in the same manner as a medical X-ray shows broken bones.

ACFM: Alternating Current Field Measurement

Electromagnetic technique for non-destructive testing detection and sizing of surface breaking cracks. It was derived from the methods used in eddy-current testing and works on all metals, ferrous or non-ferrous. Since it doesn't require direct electrical contact with the surface it can work through coatings such as paint or rust.

AE: Acoustic Emission

When a solid material is stressed, imperfections within the material emit short bursts of acoustic energy called "emissions." As in ultrasonic testing, acoustic emissions can be detected by special receivers. Emission sources can be evaluated through the study of their intensity, rate, and location.

LT: Leak Testing

Several techniques are used to detect and locate leaks in pressure containment parts, pressure vessels, and structures. Leaks can be detected by using electronic listening devices, pressure gauge measurements, liquid and gas penetrant techniques, and/or a simple soap-bubble test.

UT: Ultrasonic Testing

Use transmission of high-frequency sound waves into a material to detect imperfections or to locate changes in material properties. The most commonly used ultrasonic testing technique is pulse echo, wherein sound is introduced into a test object and reflections (echoes) are returned to a receiver from internal imperfections or from the part's geometrical surfaces.

AUT: Advanced Ultrasonic Testing

Advanced Ultrasonic Testing methods which are innovative developments for its higher probability of detection and precise measurement capability.

Research & Development


Your innovations and growing, our task

R&D refers to innovative activities undertaken by corporations or governments in developing new services or products, or improving existing services or products.
Research and development constitutes the first stage of development of a potential new service or the production process.
New product design and development is often a crucial factor in the survival of a company.
In a global industrial landscape that is changing fast, firms must continually revise their design and range of products. This is necessary as well due to the fierce competition and the evolving preferences of consumers. Without an R&D program, a firm must rely on strategic alliances, acquisitions, and networks to tap into the innovations of others.
Our task, be your partner in new solutions.




Typically carried out during an outage to allow access to the internal wear components for a complete inspection. However, when process improvements are also being considered, it is generally best to get an overview of the system before a shutdown and then to follow-up during the outage.


A systematic, independent and documented process for obtaining audit evidence and evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which audit criteria are fulfilled, acording to specifics Codes and Standards.