Realizing the importance of keeping up with the times. Intereng Almaty LLP has taken a course on mastering and promoting advanced NDT methods. At the moment we are able to provide our customers with a full range of Advanced NDT services. Improve the quality and informativeness, accelerate the processes from preparation to delivery of the result, to ensure the maximum level of safety. Many of our partners already appreciate these benefits.

Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT)
PAUT is the ultrasonic beam generation, the electronic control of the entry angle and the reflected echoes analysis allows to form a two-dimensional image of the control object cross-section on the flaw detector screen in real time mode.
- Detection of internal defects of the controlled object
- Automated corrosion mapping

Time of flight diffraction technique of ultrasonic testing  (ToFD)
TOFD provides broad single-beam scanning coverage by using the theory of ultrasonic beam divergence in the prism and the material under study. Defects can be accurately detected and sized by measuring the transit time of the diffracted beams. This method is usually combined with pulse-echo or phased array technology to control the root and the top of the weld.
- Detection of internal defects of the test object

Pulsed Eddy Current testing (PEC)
- Technology based on the penetration of a magnetic field through layers of coating or insulation to the material surface to induce eddy currents. The method is used to measure thickness and detect corrosion under insulation layers.
- Corrosion detection under insulation (CUI)
- Corrosion detection under fireproofing (CUF)

Magnetic Flux Leakage Search method (MFL)
- The method is based on the induction of a magnetic field on the control object and the subsequent analysis of magnetic flux leakage in the presence of wall thickness loss or surface defects of the control object.
- Detection of surface defects, corrosion.

Internal Rotating Inspection System (IRIS, RFT, NFT, ECT)
- Corrosion, pitting and wall thickness loss can be detected with these methods. These solutions are particularly versatile as they are suitable for ferrous as well as non-ferrous materials and can be used in a wide range of pipe diameters and wall thicknesses.

Acoustic-emission inspection (AE)
- A method based on the detection of elastic waves that are generated by the sudden deformation of a stressed material. The waves propagate from the source directly to the sensors, where they are converted into electrical signals. Acoustic emission control devices measure these signals, on the basis of which the state and behavior of the structure of the studied object is evaluated.

UAV (drone) inspection
- Wide range of tasks, ability to work in hard-to-reach places (both at height and in confined spaces) and ensuring fast high quality control.