James Fisher NDT (JFNDT) delivers a full range of non-destructive testing techniques to support quality control, inspection and fault detection to customers in a wide range of industries. With customers in aerospace, nuclear, renewable energy, utilities, and the oil and gas industry, JFNDT has a breadth of experience in analysing inspection requirements and in tailoring inspection regimes to offer the best solution and value for money. The comprehensive range of services offered includes the full spectrum of conventional NDT techniques such as radiographic, ultrasonic, eddy current, penetrant and magnetic particle testing to more specialised methods such as Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD), high resolution ultrasonic imaging and computered radiography. In addition to these non-invasive inspection techniques, many of which can be applied "on stream", JF NDT also offers a range of complementary tube testing services which include remote visual, IRIS ultrasonic and eddy current methods. Supplementary services include technical support, technique development and inspection planning. JFNDT lays focus on offering the latest in innovative NDT technology delivering a solution driven approach with a "can do" attitude. James Fisher NDT is part of the wider James Fisher and Sons plc family.
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