Austech Structural Consultants Pty Limited


Newcastle Laboratory

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Date of Accreditation


Technology Building, Building 3, OneSteel,, Industrial Park, Ingall Street Entrance
Mayfield, NSW 2304


Mr Charles Williams P: +61 (02) 49354970


Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Withdrawn 09 Mar 2021

Newcastle Laboratory

ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Limitations


Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Material properties and internal integrity
Castings - Cast irons, steel and alloy steels; Rolled or wrought steel products; Welded joints - Ferritic materials Ultrasonic detection and characterisation of discontinuities A-scan capability

Cast steel and iron product - in-service only 


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
Coatings Coating thickness High frequency eddy current
Metallic surfaces Visual detection of discontinuities (prior to initial service) - Rolled products Visual examination
Visual detection of discontinuities (prior to initial service) - Castings Visual examination
Visual detection of discontinuities (prior to initial service) - Forgings Visual examination
Visual detection of discontinuities (prior to initial service) - Welded joints Visual examination
Magnetic particle detection of discontinuities AC magnetic flow
Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Surface techniques Metallic surfaces Dye penetrant detection of discontinuities Solvent removable; Water washable

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