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Mohawk NDT is dedicated to providing specialized services to these industries:

Nuclear Energy 

Given the high consequences of failure in nuclear facilities, NDT methods are used extensively to detect defects, assess material properties, and monitor the condition of critical components without causing damage. The rigorous application of NDT methods in the nuclear industry is essential for ensuring the safety and reliability of nuclear power plants and related facilities.

Pulp and Paper 

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is essential in the pulp and paper industry to ensure the integrity and reliability of equipment, machinery, and structures. NDT methods are employed to detect defects, assess material properties, and monitor the condition of critical components without causing damage to them.

Pipelines 

NDT techniques are employed to detect and assess flaws, defects, or irregularities in pipelines without compromising their functionality. The choice of NDT method depends on various factors, including the type of material, the size and accessibility of the pipeline, and the specific defects or issues to be addressed. Regular NDT inspections are crucial for maintaining pipeline integrity, preventing failures, and ensuring the safe and efficient transportation of fluids.

Structural / Building Inspections 

The application of NDT in construction and building inspection helps ensure the quality and safety of structures while minimizing the need for destructive testing methods. Regular NDT inspections are often required by building codes and standards to address potential issues and maintain the long-term durability of structures.

Industrial Manufacturing/Fabrication 

Integrating NDT into manufacturing and fabrication processes is essential for ensuring product quality, meeting industry standards, and reducing the risk of failures or accidents related to faulty components. Regular and systematic application of NDT helps manufacturers maintain high-quality standards and improve overall efficiency.

Cranes / Lift Equipment and Devices 

The application of NDT techniques is particularly important in preventing accidents, ensuring compliance with regulations, and maintaining the structural integrity of the lifting equipment.  Regular and systematic application of NDT methods is essential for preventive maintenance, early defect detection, and compliance with safety standards. The frequency of inspections may vary based on factors such as the type of lifting device, its usage, and regulatory requirements. Conducting NDT on cranes and lifting devices helps ensure the safety of personnel, prevent equipment failures, and extend the service life of the equipment.

 

Mining 

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) plays a crucial role in the mining industry to ensure the safety, reliability, and efficiency of mining equipment and infrastructure. The harsh and demanding conditions in mining operations can lead to wear, corrosion, and structural issues in equipment and structures.

Thermal Power

A combination of NDT techniques is often used to ensure comprehensive inspection and
assessment in thermal power plants. Regular NDT helps prevent failures, ensures compliance
with safety standards, and extends the lifespan of critical components in the p
ower generation
process.

 

Hydroelectric Power
The unique challenges posed by the harsh operating conditions of hydroelectric plants make NDT techniques essential for the inspection and maintenance of critical components. Areas of concern may be penstocks, pipelines, turbines, and generators. Concrete structures and dam
safety monitoring also poses accessibility challenges, which rope access, performed by IRATA-qualified technicians, can solve.

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