Compucraft offers a variety on Non-Destructive Testing methods to ensure products meet engineering design intent.
Penetrant Inspection is the method of applying a fluorescent dye to product. The dye fills voids in the surface being inspected. After the excess dye is removed, developer is applied, the product is put under a special light which illuminates the voids.
Our Nadcap accredited Penetrant Inspection conforms to customer and industry specifications. Our responsible Level III and two Level II inspectors ensure all parts are inspected to applicable requirements.
HARDNESS & CONDUCTIVITY TESTING
Hardness & Conductivity are tests used to determine a materials temper (or hardness).
Hardness testing is the method of applying force to an “indenter” to determine a material’s resistance to permanent deformation.
Conductivity testing is the method of measuring how well a material allows the flow of electricity in nonferrous and nonmagnetic metal.
Compucraft uses both methods for temper verification.
HELIUM LEAK / PRESSURE TESTING
Helium is one of the smallest gas molecules. Compucraft uses Helium as the preferred media for pressurizing oil, gas, or similar tank cavities to find leaks that may not show up using compressed air.
The pressurized product is immersed in a clear tank filled with water while being held at pressure for a specific period to check for leaks.
Applying a load or force for specified amount of time to a material to measure the amount of permanent deflection.
Compucraft’s testing cell can measure up to 140,000 lbs of applied load