Our Team

Hi-Tech NDE team consist of highly competent and qualified inspectors to CGSB/ASNT/SNT-TC-1A/ACCP NDE Level-II/III professionals with hands-on field and in-house work experience. They have a remarkable record of performance and experience in conducting NDE tests. Our inspectors have good knowledge of codes/standards such as ASME, CSA, AWS ETC. Most of our inspectors are trained on latest NDE equipment.

The growing demand for NDE in various Industrial fields and Sector requires more qualified NDT Inspectors and Quality Control Inspectors. An essential element in the effectiveness of NDT is the Qualification of the personnel involved in NDT.
Formal training is important and necessary to acquire the skills necessary for effectively perform NDT. The properly trained and qualified personnel are an asset to an organization and contribute by maximizing production and reduce down time leading to overall cost reduction.

Hi-Tech NDE technicians have a good understanding of the various factors that affect the materials, namely the different manufacturing processes, environmental or service conditions that could initiate or propagate certain defects. This knowledge helps the NDE technicians to locate defects/conditions in material that could lead to material failure. Thus Hi-Tech promotes achieving and maintaining high levels of quality & safety in such applications.

Our President

The President Nirmal Wraich of Hi-Tech NDE Inc is ACCP/CGSB level-III and has more than 30 years of experience both hands-on as well as teaching NDE courses. He has worked in various industries such as pressure vessels, Nuclear, Petrochemicals and fabrication shops etc.

The President believes to share his knowledge and past experience with the trainees, inspectors and customers, which is important for the continuous growth of the company. The President anticipates constantly changing advancement in the field of non-destructive testing and keeps his knowledge up to date. Modern manufacturing procedures dictate that faulty articles be discovered as early in the manufacturing process as possible. This means that each item must be tested individually before it is required to perform in a subassembly and that each subassembly be tested before it is required to perform in an assembly etc. This building block approach requires that test processes be selected and test procedures be generated at the lowest level in the manufacturing process in order that the highest reliability may be obtained with lowest cost.
Our objective of testing is to ensure product reliability by providing a means of:

  • Obtaining a visual recorded image related to a discontinuity in the product under test.
  • Disclosing the nature of the discontinuity without impairing the specimen.
  • Separating acceptable and unacceptable material in accordance with predetermined standards.

  • No inspection is successfully completed until an evaluation of the test results is made. Evaluation of test procedures and results requires understanding of the test objective as well knowledge of the material from which the test article is made and manufacturing process that was involved.

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