RNDT, Inc. is an A2LA ISO-17025 accredited commercial testing and research laboratory located in Johnstown, PA. We provide field and laboratory services including both X-ray and gamma radiography, all liquid penetrant techniques, all magnetic particle techniques, ultrasonic testing, positive material identification, PMI, and visual (CWI) inspections. We currently employ ASNT NDT Level III Examiners in UT RT AE MT PT & VT and PED 97/23 EC Level III Examiners in UT RT MT & PT. These certifications satisfy global requirements for nondestructive testing personnel including the stringent requirements for the European Pressure Equipment Directive. We also employ ASNT ACCP Professional Level III Examiners in the testing methods of UT RT MT PT & VT, AWS-CWI, OSHA Crane Inspectors and API-510 Examiners in addition to multiple NAS-410-2 NDT Level II technicians. Marcellus Shale Pipeline X-Ray is our largest division.
Dantec Dynamics develops and manufactures turnkey as well as customized measurement systems that determine physical properties in fluids and in solid structures. Clients worldwide rely on our user-friendly systems and superior application support to accelerate the pace of discovery,...
RNDT provides industrial radiographic testing services in both our laboratory and in the field at customer locations. We have traditional film based and digital computed radiographic testing services. Our custom built mobile darkrooms are easily set up in less than 10 minutes. We have several... Read more
Ultrasonic testing uses the transmission of high frequency sound waves into a material to detect imperfections within the material or changes in material properties. The most commonly used ultrasonic testing technique is pulse echo wherein sound is introduced into the test object and reflections... Read more
Magnetic particle testing is done by inducing a magnetic field in a ferro-magnetic material and dusting the surface with iron particles (either dry or suspended in a liquid). Surface imperfections will allow the magnetic field to leak out of the part, distort the magnetic field and concentrate... Read more