Material Testing & Inspection Services (MTIS ) established in 2011 by Mr. Santosh Gaikwad .
Material Testing & Inspection Services (MTIS) provide the conventional as well as Advanced NDT inspection, NDT Testing, Training and Consultancy services in the India and worldwide.
NDT & QA/QC Specialist with the experience of 16 years in Heavy Engineering Fabrication, Process/Power Piping, Construction, Petrochemical, Refineries, Defense equipment, offshore equipment, Casting & Forging Industries presently working as technical consultant in India & Abroad.
Specialized in Advance NDT like Automated UT (AUT), Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) & Phased Array (PAUT) as well as conventional NDT. He is expert in NDT Procedure & technique development & demonstration. Training, Examination and Certification of NDT level I & II Personnel accordance with company’s written practice in accordance with SNT TC 1A, CP-189 & ISO 9712. Provide technical direction and advice on the applicable NDT techniques.
He works for many fabrication shops (ASME Coded job) as a Consultant; he develops ISO 9001 Quality system as well as ASME Quality system in India as well as in abroad.
He holds Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. He is member of American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT), Indian Society for Nondestructive Testing (ISNT) & American welding Society (AWS)
Here is some informaton on our company and team member information to know you
Bend testing measures the ductility of materials. Terms associated with bend testing apply to specific forms or types of materials. For example, materials specifications sometimes require that a specimen be bent to a specified inside diameter.
Simply stated, hardness is the resistance of a material to permanent indentation. It is important to recognize that hardness is an empirical test and therefore hardness is not a material property.
Impact testing is testing an object's ability to resist high-rate loading. An impact test is a test for determining the energy absorbed in fracturing a test piece at high velocity.
Tensile test, also known as tension test, is probably the most fundamental type of mechanical test can be performed on material.