What is NDT and Why is it Used?

What is NDT and Why is it Used?

Non-destructive testing (NDT) is a technique used in asset inspection to test and analyse a structure or asset to detect and evaluate flaws without causing damage to the asset. The results from these tests can then be used to inform engineering analysis and asset...

The NEW PortaSCAN CA is out!

Check out this video of the new PortaSCAN CA on the inspection tools page. It’s like the XBS, but smaller, lighter, and X-Ray rather than Gamma Ray, so much easier to use in a utility environment. Timber...

We are hiring! OHL Asset Manager / Engineer

Due to continued growth, we require an engineer or asset manager to work along-side one of our great clients in Victoria. All levels of experience will be considered, and all work locations will also be considered.The successful applicant will have an interest in...

CIGRE B2.67 Survey is out now!

Nathan Spencer from Revo Group is the convener for the CIGRE B2.67 committee on Assessment and Testing of Wood and Alternative Material Pole Types. Please join your fellow utilities around the world in filling this out and making it the most comprehensive pole...

Australian Utility Pole Conference

We had a great time catching up with everyone at the Australian Utility Pole Conference in Sippy Downs, QLD this week. Thanks for the insights everyone! The major themes that seemed to come up in our discussions were; Everyone wants to go to NDT, but nobody is...
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