At XCEL NDT, we strive to provide our clients with an accurate and reliable pipeline inspection. Providing streamlined reporting tailored to meet each customers’ needs is just one example of our commitment to customer satisfaction. Below is a list of the pipe integrity services we offer, however are not limited to. From Ultrasonic UT inspection to Visual inspection, XCEL is continually adapting service offering to meet client's needs in this ever-changing industry is an XCEL NDT goal. Please contact us with all ndt pipeline inspection needs.

Ultrasonic Shear Wave testing utilizes high frequency sound energy to inspect welds and materials with extreme accuracy.

By utilizing automated scanning systems, corrosion mapping can be taken to a whole new level of accuracy and dependability.

Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing is an advanced ultrasonic method of testing that is highly effective for a multitude of different inspection tasks.

Time of Flight Diffraction method is a sensitive and accurate method for the non-destructive testing of weld defects.

The 3D testing scan is perfectly scaled to be representative of the real geometry and allows easy external defect visualization and sizing.

This testing is used on ferrous materials to determine various properties of the alloy.

Ultrasonic Straight Beam testing utilizes high frequency sound energy to produce highly accurate thickness measurements.

Visual Inspection (VT) is utilized prior to any other inspection technique.

Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) is an inspection method that is utilized to detect both surface and very shallow subsurface defects.

Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing (GWUT) employs acoustic waves.

Pipe to Soil Potential measures the cathodic protection (CP) on and around the pipeline

When micro-organisms play a role in the corrosion of the pipeline or vessel, the corrosion is classified as Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC).

Soil resistivity is a function of soil moisture and the concentrations of ionic soluble salts and is considered to be the most comprehensive indicator of a soil's corrosivity.

A visual coating inspection is done to help confirm a specific anomaly's location and can also help determine the possible cause of the defect.

The PH of the soil surrounding a pipeline can provide a general guide to the nature of the possible corrosion.

The PH measurement of trapped water beneath disbonded coating can aid in answering questions about the pipeline's integrity.