Radiography testing is a highly accurate welding inspection method that involves the use of two radioactive isotopes: Iridium 192 and Cobalt 60.
Our CWI employees are trained in the proper handling methods of these isotopes and can read the results of this type of welding test with great accuracy.
Radiography testing is a superior NDT (non-destructive testing) technique, allowing for a high degree of visibility regarding any abnormalities, discontinuities, or flaws that may be present in a particular weld.
This type of NDT is also less expensive than x-ray inspection, ensuring lower operating costs, as well as being superior to x-ray in inspecting areas that are not easily accessible.
The isotopes Iridium 192 and Cobalt 60, because they are federally regulated and controlled, provide a permanent record of weld inspection and testing, unlike other types of non-destructive testing. D-Arrow Inspections has several decades of experience in the welding inspection industry and are a trusted source for non-destructive testing for a variety of industries including oil and gas, fabrication companies, power plants, and many others.
We provide an open door, free to work policy for our CWI employees, ensuring that only the best who are motivated to do excellent work represent our welding inspection company!