COFFS COAST LABORATORY PTY LTD

Site

Coffslab NDT-Mechanical

Accreditation No.

20691

Site No.

24821

Date of Accreditation

06 Mar 2020

Address

3 Hamilton Drive
Boambee, NSW 2450
Australia

coffslab.com

Contact

Mr John Mezzetti P: +61 0423981940

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Coffslab NDT-Mechanical

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of mechanical performance of pressure equipment Hose and hose assemblies; Metallic storage vessels; Pressure vessels Hydrostatic pressure Not applicable AS 4037 Section 17, in-house method Q-01-25
100 kPa to 70,000 kPa
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Magnetic particle testing Metallic surfaces - Magnetic Defect detection and characterisation AC magnetic flow
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Penetrant testing Metallic surfaces Defect detection and characterisation Solvent removable; Water washable
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Radiographic testing Welded joints - Aluminium alloys; Welded joints - Clad and overlaid steel; Welded joints - Copper and copper-nickel alloys; Welded joints - Ferritic materials; Welded joints - Stainless steel, austenitic and duplex materials; Welded joints - Titanium and titanium alloys Defect detection and characterisation Film radiography
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Ultrasonic testing Bonded metals; Castings - Cast irons, steel and alloy steels; Metallic tubes - Ferromagnetic materials; Piping - Ferromagnetic materials; Rolled or wrought aluminium products; Welded joints - Aluminium alloys; Welded joints - Clad and overlaid steel; Welded joints - Copper and copper-nickel alloys; Welded joints - Stainless steel, austenitic and duplex materials; Welded joints - Titanium and titanium alloys Defect detection and characterisation A-scan - Manual
Metallic components; Metallic piping; Metallic tubes - Ferromagnetic materials; Metallic tubes - Non-ferromagnetic materials Material loss characterisation; Profiling A-scan - Manual
Material thickness - Spot/grid only A-scan - Manual
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Ultrasonic testing - Specialised - Time of flight diffraction (ToFD) Bonded metals; Castings - Cast irons, steel and alloy steels; Metallic tubes - Ferromagnetic materials; Piping - Ferromagnetic materials; Rolled or wrought aluminium products; Rolled or wrought steel products; Welded joints - Clad and overlaid steel; Welded joints - Copper and copper-nickel alloys; Welded joints - Stainless steel, austenitic and duplex materials; Welded joints - Titanium and titanium alloys Defect detection and characterisation Automatic; Manual
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Visual testing - During service life Welded joints Defect detection Visual testing Examination of structural members on tanks, containers, cranes, concrete booms, vehicle chassis for cracking, mechanical damage, pitting, corrosion and other surface discontinuities.

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Material performance evaluation of metal products Prepared metallic test specimens Hardness Vickers AS 1817.1
24.5 to 980 N
Ultimate tensile load Not applicable

AS 1391, ISO 6892-1 

6.25 kN to 500 kN
Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS) only
Impact resistance Charpy V-notch - Impact value

AS 1544.2, ISO 148-1

at ambient temperature and down to -50°C

Prepared metallic test specimens; Welded test specimens Hardness Brinell AS 1816.1
29.4 kN only
Bending properties Not applicable

AS/NZS 2205.3.1, ISO 9606-1

Welded test specimens Fracture test Visual examination

AS/NZS 2205.4.1, ISO 9606-1

Shear strength Not applicable ISO 15630-2
6.25 kN to 500 kN
Hardness Vickers AS 2205.6.1
24.5 to 980 N
Macroscopic examination Visual examination AS/NZS 2205.5.1, ISO 17639

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Materials

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Metallographic evaluation of metals and alloys Aluminium and aluminium alloys; Austenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloys; Copper and copper alloys; Ferrous materials; Magnesium alloys; Nickel and nickel alloys; Titanium and titanium alloys Grain size Comparison method; Microscopic examination AS 1733

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