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Denver, CO - USA

Regional Headquarters, Field Services Branch

Denver, CO - USA

- Regional Headquarters,  

Field Services Branch

1 (970) 535-4766

4117 S. Valley Drive
Unit 100
Longmont, CO 80504
United States

1 (970) 535-4766

1 (970) 535-4151

Business Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat-Sun: Closed

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Denver, CO - USA Overview

MISTRAS Denver offers a complete service line of traditional and advanced Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) and inspection services. These services include API Mechanical Integrity (MI) inspection, full in-service storage tank inspection, digital, computed and conventional Radiographic Inspection (RT, CRT, DRT), Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT), Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) and all forms of Ultrasonic Testing (UT) solutions such as Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT), Damage Mechanism Assessment (DMA), hydroFORM/flexoFORM C-Scan and Automated Corrosion Mapping.

The shop has access to multiple ASNT Level III inspectors in all NDE disciplines for auditing, training, and consulting purposes. PAUT inspectors also carry the API-QUTE, QUSE, and QUPA certifications and are Lavender-trained in damage mechanism assessments such as High Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA) and Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC). We combine our UT expertise with our pipeline integrity offering which includes all of the basic integrity inspection methods in addition to 3D laser scanning, Positive Material Identification (PMI), Soil Resistivity Test, and other required services.

We also offer rope access inspection services combined with every NDE discipline and a light mechanical offering that includes insulation, sand blast cleaning, and coating applications.

Denver, CO - USA Industries

Infrastructure

Civil and Commercial Infrastructure

Power

Fossil, Nuclear, T&D, and Renewable Energy Assets & Facilities

Manufacturing

Raw Materials and Processing Facilities

Denver, CO - USA Applications

Corrosion & Erosion

Build-up and deterioration from natural and operational causes

Cracking

Physical reactions to stress and operating environments

Fatigue

Residual stress from loads, temperature, and other factors

Faults

Structural, mechanical, and electrical

Flaws

Defects in newly-manufactured components

Leaks

Gas, liquid, and steam leaks in operating equipment

Denver, CO - USA Key Contacts

Manuel Posada

General Manager


1 (970) 535-4766

Denver, CO - USA Request a Quote