Minton, Treharne & Davies Ltd

Merton House, Croescadarn Close, Cardiff CF23 8HF
+44 (0)29 2054 0000
+44 (0)29 2054 0111
Michelle Clapham, Commercial Manager
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  • C - Coating Thickness Measurement
  • E - Electromagnetic General
  • E1 - Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI)
  • E2 - Magnetic Flux Leakage methods
  • E3 - Eddy Current Testing
  • E4 - ACFM
  • E5 - Potential Drop Flaw Detection and Sizing
  • EC - Erosion/Corrosion
  • LE - Leak Testing
  • LP - Liquid Penetrant Inspection
  • O - Optical Methods General
  • O1 - Visual Inspection
  • O2 - Optical Metrology and Holography
  • O4 - Thermography
  • R - Radiography General
  • R1 - Radioscopy
  • R2 - Neutron Radiography
  • U - Ultrasonic General
  • U1 - Ultrasonic Flaw Detection and Sizing
  • U2 - Ultrasonic Thickness Gauging
Affiliations & Approvals:
  • Service Inspection Group (SIG) Member (BINDT)
  • Trade Group Member (BINDT)
  • UKAS Accredited Laboratory
  • Nadcap

The NDT department of Minton, Treharne & Davies Ltd forms part of one of the most comprehensive independent test and inspection facilities in the UK. Its UKAS-accredited laboratories span virtually all fields, including chemical, mechanical, metallurgical, building, fuels and gases. The NDT department services both in-house and on-site clients in all disciplines for all sectors of industry, including composite inspection and laser shearography. Current approvals include CAA, Nadcap, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems, Airbus and Smiths (GE) Industries. Inspection tasks are undertaken by engineers qualified under all the major international schemes (SNT-TC-1A, EN 4179, EN 9712, CSWIP and NAS 410).
A full range of metallurgical services is provided by Minton, Treharne & Davies Ltd's laboratories. Its metallurgists have wide-ranging experience, covering steels, nickel, light alloys, titanium and the more unusual metals such as tantalum. In addition to the standard metallurgical techniques, the facilities include scanning electron microscopy (SEM), with EDX microanalysis of solid, liquid and powder samples, and optical emission spectroscopy (OES).

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