All Kind of Testing for amending RCC Building & electrical safety.

Testing - Semi Destructive Test (SDT):

Semi Destructive Test (SDT) as are following:

  • Fields Tests:
    • Physical Techniques:
    1. Pull out test
    2. Pull off test
    3. Torque test
    4. Penetration test
    5. Water resistance tests
    6. Polarization Technique
    • Chemical Techniques:
      1. Qualitative methods:-PH test and Rainbow test
      2. Quantitative methods:-Alkali test, Chloride test and Electro analytical tests
    • Biological Techniques:
    1. Biological macroscopic techniques.
    2. Biological microscopic techniques.
  • Laboratory Tests:
    • Physical Techniques:
    1. Material strength tests.
    2. Test of material elastic characteristic.
    3. Test of material water absorbability.
    4. Test of material porosity.
    5. Test of material freeze resistance
    6. Test of material abrasion resistance
    7. Computer tomography.
    • Chemical Techniques:
    1. Electro analytical techniques
    2. Spectral analysis.
    3. Chromatography techniques.
    • Biological Techniques:
      1. Biological microscopic techniques.
      2. "In Vitro" techniques.

Testing - Non Destructive Test (NDT):

During this part of assessment auditor shall perform cover meter study on structural columns and shear walls to verify/determine available reinforcement extent and clear cover of members. Auditor shall also perform NDT tests to verify the quality and strength of concrete. The Non Destructive Test (NDT) Techniques as are following:

  • Optical Techniques:
  1. Visual inspection
  2. Microscopy
  3. Geodesy
  4. CCTV
  • Acoustic Techniques:
  1. Impulse response
  2. Impact echo
  3. Parallel seismic
  4. Ultrasonic
  5. Ultrasonic tomography
  6. Acoustic emission.
  • Radiological Techniques:
  1. Radiographic techniques
  2. Computer tomography.
  • Electro and Electromagnetic techniques:
  1. Electromagnetic induction
  2. Radar techniques
  3. Electrochemical techniques.
  • Laser techniques:
  1. Laser static
  2. Laser dynamic techniques.
  • Sclera metric techniques:
  1. Static
  2. Dynamic techniques.
  • Thermo graphic techniques:
  1. Passive
  2. Active techniques.
  • Proof load techniques:
  1. Static Proof load
  2. Dynamic Proof load techniques

Testing - Ferro Scanning of Column, Beam and Slab for Rebar Detection:

Wan test has substantial experience in using Ferro scanning equipment and translating scanned images. Having this type of information available is essential to our clients who plan to drill, cut or core through existing concrete structures to ensure the integrity of the structure is maintained and also the safety of the operator.

By keeping up to date with the latest technology available you can be sure that our teams will have the correct equipment for the job saving you time and money when it comes to concrete scanning. The results from the Ferro scans can usually be viewed on site using real time technology which provides designers and engineers with the information they need when they need it. Our Ferro scanning service can be used to for many applications.

Examples include:

  • Determining the concrete cover of existing slabs, walls, columns, etc.
  • Determining location and configuration of steel reinforcement
  • Detailing an image of a concrete slab to avoid rebar or electrical conduit prior to coring activities
  • Identifying the location of post-tension cables
  • Determining thickness of concrete slabs
  • Thermal, Insulation & Earth test

Testing - Rebar test (Tensile strength test):

Rebar test (Tensile strength test):

Tensile Testing of Metals is a destructive test process that provides information about the tensile strength, yield strength and ductility of the material. Laboratory Testing Inc. near Philadelphia, PA in the USA performs the tensile test in accordance with industry standards and specifications, including ASTM tensile test methods. This process is also known as a tensile strength test or tension test.

Range of tensile testing capabilities:

  • Wedge & axial tensile.
  • Full-size yield strength of fasteners.
  • Testing of machined specimens.
  • Full-size tubing.
  • Full-size rebar.
  • Elevated temperature tensile testing.
  • Tensile testing of welds and castings.

Test methods/ Specifications:

  • ASTM A370
  • ASTM B557
  • ASTM D638
  • ASTM E8
  • ASTM E21
  • EN 2002-1
  • EN 10002-1
  • ISO 527-1
  • ISO 6892-1

Fastener Testing:

  • ASTM A962
  • ASTM F606
  • ASTM F835
  • ISO 898-1
  • ISO 898-2
  • NASM-1312-8 (Formerly MIL-STD-1312-8)
  • SAE J429
  • SAE J995

The Tensile strength test process:

Material strength testing, using the tensile or tension test method, involves applying an ever-increasing load to a test sample up to the point of failure. The process creates a stress/strain curve showing how the material reacts throughout the tensile test. The data generated during tensile testing is used to determine mechanical properties of materials and provides the following quantitative measurements:

  • Tensile strength, also known as Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS), is the maximum tensile stress carried by the specimen, defined as the maximum load divided by the original cross-sectional area of the test sample.
  • Yield strength is the stress at which time permanent (plastic) deformation or yielding is observed to begin.
  • Ductility measurements are typically elongation, defined as the strain at, or after, the point of fracture, and reduction of area after the fracture of the test sample.

Testing - Thermal, Insulation & Earth test:

Thermo graphic testing:
Thermo graphic testing is a non-destructive test method that may be used to detect poor connections, unbalanced loads, deteriorated insulation, or other potential problems in energized electrical components. These problems may lead to excess power use, increased maintenance costs, or catastrophic equipment failure resulting in unscheduled service interruptions, equipment damage, or other problems.

Thermo graphic testing of electrical equipment:
A useful addition to a preventative maintenance program, Care labs can carry out a thermo graphic scan and Thermo graphic Testing of all areas likely to be running too hot or too cold. The number one application for infrared thermograph globally is electrical applications.80% of electrical faults are not visible. Thermal imaging is the technique for making invisible infrared radiation visible. Thermal images capture fully radiometric infrared images using IR-Fusion® technology, photographic images and will be included in a report.

How does thermography work:
Thermo graphic also called infrared inspection is based upon the sensing of heat emitted from the surface of an object in the form of infrared radiation. Test instruments are used to detect and convert the infrared radiation into either a temperature value or a thermal image, which can be used to assess the thermal condition of the object at the time of measurement. An infrared camera is one common type of an infrared thermal imaging device.

Our Logistical Equipment’s for DEA & Testing

We work with the following necessary Tools given below. All the equipment’s have 05 different sets.

Others Necessary Equipment:

            Thickness Gauge

            Digital Camera

            Measurement tape

            Geological hammer

            Steel tape


            Safety apron

            Hand gloves

            Adjustable pliers

            Screwdriver set etc