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Marine Inspection Service Pty Ltd.

MIS is extensively and rapidly accepted in the industry as a reliable testing and inspection services provider because several customers recommend other companies to utilize MIS services.

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Overview

With the help of industry support and the collective efforts of technical specialists, Marine Inspection Service Pty Ltd was established in Perth, Western Australia in 1993.

The founders of MIS Mr Paul Greenwood and Mr Kevin Randall confirm that MIS is established solely to assist various industries by understanding their requirements and to provide effective and quality services.

MIS is extensively and rapidly accepted in the industry as a reliable testing and inspection services provider because several customers recommend other companies to utilize MIS services.

MIS is currently operating from one site in Western Australia, and our team is comprised of a mix of experienced and young professionals.

MIS provides comprehensive testing services in the fields of but not limited to non-destructive testing (NDT), Mechanical testing, Positive Material Identification and NDT Level 3 Consultation.

MIS aims to provide an efficient testing service by experienced personnel and follow up with prompt reports. This combines to give our clients the best possible testing service.

Products & Services
Radiography Testing

Radiography is the most commonly known non-destructive test method. It can be used to obtain permanent images of surface and sub-surface (embedded) discontinuities. The same discontinuities can be radiographed again after a period of service life and the radiographs can be compared to measure the change in the size and shape of the discontinuity.

Some of the common uses are the detection of surface and subsurface features of interest in welded parts, castings, forgings, wall thickness measurement, corrosion mapping, detection of blockages inside sealed equipment, detection of reinforcing material in concrete slabs, measuring bulk density of materials, measuring porosity in concrete, etc.

We can provide equipment and personnel to carry out X-ray and Gamma test techniques for the testing of welds, castings and forgings in both ferrous and non-ferrous materials. MIS has two radiographic exposure bays that enable us to carry out radiography at our premises. This allows clients to deliver items to us where we aim to provide a 24-hour service. With no call-out of technicians, this can be a quicker and more cost-effective service for clients.

Ultrasonic Inspection

Ultrasonic Inspection is a very sensitive test method for the detection of embedded linear discontinuities. Ultrasonic testing is faster and more economical as compared to radiographic examination.

The common applications of ultrasonic testing are wall thickness measurement, corrosion mapping, lamination testing, flaw (discontinuities) detection in the material e.g. welds, castings, forgings and other wrought products, density measurement of material, hardness measurement, etc.

We can provide equipment and personnel to carry out ultrasonic testing on a wide range of weld configurations and materials.

  • Welds, plate, pipe, beams, T joints, TKY joints
  • Castings, forgings, metal bearing bonds.
  • Lamination checks, plate scans, full floor scans, and prepped joints before welding.
  • Thickness testing, ship hull surveys, tank inspection.
Magnetic Particle Testing

Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI) is a very sensitive test method. It can detect tight in-service fatigue cracks in rotating parts or creep cracks on steam piping. Magnetic Particle Inspection cannot be used for non-ferrous materials and non-magnetic ferrous materials such as austenitic stainless steels.

The test method involves the application of a magnetic field externally or applying electric current through the material which in turn produces magnetic flux in the material. Simultaneously, visible ferrous particles on sprinkled or sprayed on the test surface. The presence of a surface or near surface discontinuities in the material distorts the magnetic flux which in turn causes leakage of the magnetic fields at the discontinuity. The magnetic particles are attracted by the surface field in the area of the discontinuity and adhere to the edges of the discontinuity appearing in the shape of the discontinuity.

Testing methods used include fluorescent particles, black-on-white, chlorine-free fluorescent and dry powder for hot root examination.

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