Industrial Testing Laboratory Services, LLC (ITLS) announced today that they have entered a Teaming Agreement with Q.Pro Technical Services of Houston, TX. This partnership will enhance both companies’ ability to offer specialty and conventional nondestructive testing, inspection, asset integrity, engineering, and mechanical programs and services to a multitude of industries.
ITLS’s expertise, certifications and proven knowledge of the nuclear sector; teamed with Q.Pro’s advanced ultrasonic testing capabilities (including Phased Array, TOFD, and AUT inspections) will offer great benefits to this specialized industry. Such benefits include: nuclear-based (safety related) programmatic compliance inspection services utilizing advanced UT methods for code compliant new weld inspection in lieu of radiography.
ITLS is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA and offers more than 50 years of expert industrial nondestructive (NDE) testing and laboratory services meeting NCA 3800, NQA-1, 10CFR50 Appendix B and ISO-17025. Areas of specialty include advanced mechanical testing, metallurgical testing, chemical analysis, and outage services. Additional services include nuclear training, QA/QC, NDE inspection and auditing services.
For more information on ITLS, contact Bill McCabe, Sales Director, at (412) 963-1900 email@example.com or visit their Web site at www.itls.com.
Q.Pro Technical Services of Houston, TX offers a comprehensive array of advanced nondestructive testing and inspection services, and mechanical integrity programs, including above ground storage tank inspection services. In addition to its specialty ultrasonic testing services, Q.Pro specializes in advanced corrosion inspection technologies and corrosion-under-insulation (CUI) inspection programs, utilizing Pulsed Eddy Current (PEC), Long Range Guided Wave (GUL) and EMAT systems. Q.Pro can deliver its services anywhere in the world.
For more information on Q.Pro, contact Rick Hilyard, President at (713) 366-0702 Rick.Hilyard@QPro.us or visit their Web site at www.qpro.us.
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