X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Test

We have expanded our range of Non-Destructive Testing methods by adding “X-Ray Fluorescence” (XRF), an analytical technique used to determine the elemental composition of materials. A form of Positive Material Identification (PMI), it is a fast and non-destructive method for verifying the chemical composition of metals and alloys.

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Phase Array Ultrasonic Test

This PAUT technique can be used for Corrosion Mapping in the pipe wall of Pipelines and the test results can greatly enhance the representability of actual pipe corrosion condition compared with the manual ultrasonic thickness measurement.

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HOKLAS & HKIAS approved ETS-Testconsult Ltd. for new Testing, Calibration & Inspection Methods

HOKLAS and HKIAS approved ETS-Testconsult Ltd. for new testing, calibration and inspection methods in October and November 2016, as well as approved extended ranges for a number of existing tests and services.

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Corporate Rebranding

ETS-Testconsult Ltd. underwent an upgrade in 2016, with all aspects of the company being rebranded to a more modern look and feel, yet maintaining the same corporate identity that has served us well for a number of decades. Everything from the corporate logo, company stationary and signage have all been updated, with the most comprehensive change taking place on our corporate website.

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Lau Fau Shan Facility

In July 2016, our brand new facility in Lau Fau Shan underwent HOKLAS inspection for Construction Materials. Specialising in testing services for Concrete Materials, this laboratory has facilities for Concrete Curing, as well as brand new machinery for Water Displacement tests and Compressive Strength of Concrete Cubes tests (with a force range of 50kN to 3,000kN).

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Thermal Cracking of Concrete

ETS Testconsult Ltd. has been engaged by many customers to study the behavior of the heat of hydration in concrete structures at the time of concrete curing. Through the study and estimation of temperature profiles between adjacent points, thermal cracks in concrete can be minimized and the cost of future concrete repair reduced.

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