We also provide Various NDT, Welding Inspection & Engineering Equipment and Accessories; see some of them as below

Electromagnetic Yoke

  • Portable equipment for magnetic particle inspection,
  • Delivers AC for surface and HWDC for sub-surface flaw detection.
  • Articulating and double-jointed legs contour easily to any shape to assure good contact.
  • Handy and Light weight, safe for operators.
  • Strong and rugged constructions.
  • Built in standard for continuous inspection.
  • Inspect weld joints also.
  • Lifting Capacity – 27 Kgs. in DC & 5 Kgs in AC mode.

Permanent Magnetic Yoke


Permanent yoke magnet is ideal for the effective magnetization of components for crack detection, particularly where the use of electromagnetic yokes is impracticable or prohibited for safety reasons. The hinged arms and rotating pole pieces facilitate the local inspection of a diverse range of components such as critical welds in structures of fabrications, castings and automotive components.
Salient Features: • Powerful Lift, Light Weight, Compact, No Recharging, Completely Portable, Durable, Hinged Frame

Magnetic Field/Flux Indicator


Pie Gauge: The pie gage is a disk of highly permeable material divided into four, six, or eight sections by nonferromagnetic material. The divisions serve as artificial defects that radiate out in different directions from the center. The sections are furnace brazed and copper plated. The gage is placed on the test piece copper side up and the test piece is magnetized. After particles are applied and the excess removed, the indications provide the inspector the orientation of the magnetic field.

Slotted strips: Also known as Burmah-Castrol Strips are pieces of highly permeable ferromagnetic material with slots of

They are placed on the test object as it is inspected. The indications produced on the strips give the inspector a general idea of the field strength in a particular area. Advantages of these strips are: they are relatively easily applied to the component; they can be used successfully with either the wet or dry method when using the continuous magnetization

Gauss Meter: A Gauss meter with a Hall Effect probe is commonly used to measure the tangential field strength on the surface of the part. As discussed in some detail on the “Measuring Magnetic Fields” page, the Hall Effect is the transverse electric field created in a conductor when placed in a magnetic field. Gauss meters, also called Tesla meters, are used to measure the strength of a field tangential to the surface of the magnetized test object. The meters measure the intensity of the field in the air adjacent to the component when a magnetic field is applied.

Radiography Portable Film Viewers


We offer a wide range of radiography film viewer that is available with two types of radiography film viewer. The varieties are mobile type CFL light with light weight portable viewer and have density up to 2.5. The other one is of high intensity portable compact viewer with density up to 4.5 and viewing area of 10” X 4” (screen size). Moreover, these are available in different sizes allowing different number of views at the same time.
Two shutters on the screen to adjust viewing area, 220V, single phase, AC source, 1000 watt halogen light, Paddle switch to operate on/off viewer light, two fans for cooling purpose

Vernier Caliper


A vernier scale is a visual aid that allows the user to measure more precisely than could be done unaided when reading a uniformly divided straight or circular measurement scale. It is a scale that indicates where the measurement lies in between two of the graduations on the main scale. Verniers are common on sextants used in navigation, scientific instruments used to conduct experiments, machinists’ measuring tools (all sorts, but especially calipers and micrometers) used to work materials to fine tolerances, on theodolites used in surveying, and in absolute encoders to measure linear or rotational displacements.
Vernier Available in both digital and analog

Micro meter

A micrometer sometimes known as a micrometer screw gauge, is a device incorporating a calibrated screw widely used for precise measurement of components in mechanical engineering and machining as well as most mechanical trades, along with other metrological instruments such as dial, vernier, and digital calipers

LPT Aluminum comparator Block

The aluminum comparator block is an aluminum test piece of 80 х 50 х 10 mm, divided into two equal parts by a notch (50 х 2 х 1.5 mm). The Aluminum Comparator Block is used for checking the quality of penetrant in use. One half of the block is sprayed with penetrant being used, and the other half is sprayed with fresh penetrant for effective comparison.

Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge


An ultrasonic thickness gauge is a measuring instrument for the non-destructive investigation of a material’s thickness using ultrasonic waves.
The usage of an ultrasonic thickness gauge for non-destructive testing to check material properties such as thickness measurement is now regularly utilized in all areas of industrial measurements. The ability to gauge thickness measurement without requiring access to both sides of the test piece, offers this technology a multitude of possible applications.

Portable Hardness Tester

Handheld Hardness Testers are ideal hardness testing tools where large samples, which cannot be brought to a traditional tabletop hardness tester or specimens with hard to access areas, are to be tested. We supply wide variety of the portable hardness testers; the extensive selection of our handheld hardness testers is available from low cost economy models up to advanced models coming with more features. These models can measure the hardness of your materials in Rockwell, Superficial Rockwell, Brinell, Vickers, Webster, Barcol scales and often conversions can be done.

Elcometer (DFT Meter) Coating Thickness Gauge

A coating thickness gauge (also referred to as a paint meter) is used to measure dry film thickness. Dry film thickness is probably the most critical measurement in the coatings industry because of its impact on the coating process, quality and cost. Dry film thickness measurements can be used to evaluate a coating’s expected life, the product’s appearance and performance, and ensure compliance with a host of International Standards.

Infrared Thermometer

An infrared thermometer is a thermometer which infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation sometimes called blackbody radiation emitted by the object being measured. They are sometimes called laser thermometers as a laser is used to help aim the thermometer, or non-contact thermometers or temperature guns, to describe the device’s ability to measure temperature from a distance. By knowing the amount of infrared energy emitted by the object and its emissivity, the object’s temperature can often be determined. Infrared thermometers are a subset of devices known as “thermal radiation thermometers

Digital Lux Meter

It’s used for checking the level of luminance; luminance is a measure of the amount of light falling on a surface. It is defined as: ‘the density of the luminous flux incident on a surface’.

Digital Anemometer

An Anemometer or often known as a Wind Speed Meter, measures the wind velocity, which simply means the speed of which the wind travels.

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