GFS NDT & Inspection Pty Ltd

Site

Naval Base

Accreditation No.

20961

Site No.

25078

Date of Accreditation

27 Oct 2021

Address

51 Burlington Street
Naval Base, WA 6165
Australia

Contact

Mr James Stewart P: +61 0451055258

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Naval Base

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Limitations
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Material properties and internal integrity Rolled or wrought steel productsWrought products - In service inspection of bolts, pins and shafts Ultrasonic detection and characterisation of discontinuities A-scan capability Wrought products - In service inspection of bolts, pins and shafts
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 Radiographic detection and characterisation of discontinuities Film radiography
Welded joints - Ferritic materials Ultrasonic detection and characterisation of discontinuities A-scan capability
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Product profile and corrosion mapping Castings; Forgings; Metallic components; Metallic piping; Metallic plate; Metallic tubes - Ferromagnetic materials; Metallic tubes - Non-ferromagnetic materials Ultrasonic material profiling and characterisation of material loss A-scan - Manual
Ultrasonic material thickness - Spot or grid measurements A-scan - Manual; Thickness meter
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Surface techniques Metallic surfaces Dye penetrant detection of discontinuities Solvent removable; Water washableColour Contrast methods only Colour Contrast methods only
Magnetic particle detection of discontinuities AC magnetic flow

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