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Basically, Climax Inspection Services Limited provides Non-Destructive Testing and Reliability Services. Non-Destructive Testing, as a technology, is concerned with all methods of detecting and evaluating flaws in materials or structures. Flaws could have detrimental effect on the serviceability of the material or structure under service condition. Therefore, NDT is important in guaranteeing safe operation as well as quality control and assessing plant life.

Our Reliability Services helps our Customers increase profit, maximizes production and lower maintenance costs. This service is centered on Systematic evaluation & analysis combined with a preventive maintenance plan, on critical system components and thus reducing probability of sudden equipment failures

CIS provide highly skilled, experienced and motivated personnel qualified and certified in accordance with international certification schemes such as PCN, EN 473, IS0 9712, ANSI CP189, AWS, CSWIP,  SNT-TC 1A and NACE  Find below highlights of some of the services we offer.

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Unlike conventional radiography, digital radiography doesn’t require film. Instead, it uses a digital detector to display radiographic images on a computer screen almost instantaneously. It allows for a much shorter exposure time so that the images can be interpreted more quickly. Furthermore, the digital images are much higher quality when compared to conventional radiographic images. With the ability to capture highly quality images, the technology can be utilized to identify flaws in a material, foreign objects in a system, examine weld repairs, and inspect for corrosion under insulation.

The four most commonly utilized digital radiography techniques in the oil & gas and chemical processing industries are computed radiography, direct radiography, real-time radiography, and computed tomography.


Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) is an advanced nondestructive examination technique that utilizes a set of ultrasonic testing (UT) probes made up of numerous small elements, each of which is pulsed individually with computer-calculated timing. This technique can be used to inspect more complex geometries that are difficult and much slower to inspect with single probes. PAUT can be used to inspect almost any material where traditional UT methods have been utilized, and is often used for weld inspections and crack detection.


Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) is an advanced method of Ultrasonic inspection that leverages on existing UT methodologies thereby bringing a whole new range of testing and detection capabilities to the NDT forefront.

Whilst conventional ultrasonics uses shear/transverse waves as the primary mode of detection, TOFD uses longitudinal waves as the primary detection mode. Ultrasonic sensors are placed on each side of the weld. One sensor transmits the ultrasonic beam into the material and the other sensor receives both reflected and diffracted ultrasound from anomalies and geometric reflectors.

Using ultrasonic beam spread, TOFD provides a wide area of coverage for anomaly detection in the material being tested. When the beam impinges on a flaw tip, it is diffracted in all directions. Measurement of the time of flight of this diffracted beam enables accurate and reliable flaw detection and sizing. This is the case even if the crack is not oriented to the intial beam direction. During typical TOFD inspections, A-scans are collected and used to create B-scan (side view) images of the weld. Post acquisition analysis is done using software to measure the flaw length and through-wall height.