VISUAL INSPECTION (VT) SERVICES

VISUAL TESTING (VT):

Visual testing is the most commonly used test method in industry. Because most test methods require that the operator look at the surface of the part being inspected, visual inspection is inherent in most of the other test methods. As the name implies, VT involves the visual observation of the surface of a test object to evaluate the presence of surface discontinuities. VT inspections may be by Direct Viewing, using line-of sight vision, or may be enhanced with the use of optical instruments such as magnifying glasses, mirrors, boroscopes, charge-coupled devices (CCDs) and computer-assisted viewing systems (Remote Viewing). Corrosion, misalignment of parts, physical damage and cracks are just some of the discontinuities that may be detected by visual examinations.

MOBILE SLING TEST BED UNIT:

All Frontline Mobile Test Beds are designed for on the job site testing. The Test Beds come standard with fully enclosed test bed frames (ends, top, and bottom) for operator safety. Also, each machine comes with a standard hydraulic operator safety guard. By bringing the machine to our customer’s site, you eliminate shipping costs, down time and employee expense. This is a value added service for our customers.

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ADVANTAGES:

SINGLE PAD-EYE PULL TEST:

Light weight and portable tool for testing pad eyes, lifting lugs and eye bolts. Can be used upright, inverted, or in a horizontal plane. Models available up to 25 ton proof test capability. Equipped with an adjustable clevis height and large dial capacity read out.

STANDARD FEATURES:

  • Lightweight and portable
  • Assist handles on both sides
  • Stainless steel data plate with serial number
  • Adjustable clevis height
  • Large dial type capacity read out
  • Powder coated finish
  • 10 ft polyurethane hose with quick couplers
  • Lightweight two-speed hand pump with locking handle
  • Proof tested and calibrated

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