Our inspection and non-destructive testing (NDT) services, certified under the FAA and UAEAC authorities, focused on 6 methods (VT, PT, MT, UT, RT and ET), are aimed at guaranteeing the airworthiness of each inspected product , complying with the different international standards such as:
The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), SAE Aerospace, Military Standard among others.

VT: Non Destructive Testing in the
those components that are difficult to
access for inspection. Detection of
discontinuities or flaws in sections
internal in which there is a lot of small
access to assess the area of interest in components such as: motors, closed
containers, etc. staff with extensive
experience, properly trained, qualified and internationally certified to perform inspections
in this method. A wide variety of rigid and
flexible borescopes of different angles and diameters according to the requirements of the written procedure and the international standard.

PT: Our Fluorescent Penetrating Liquids service allows us to detect faults in magnetic (steel, etc.) and non-magnetic (stainless steel, aluminum, etc.) metallic materials, or non-metallic (plastics, ceramics), which allows us to carry out an inspection complete set of aircraft parts in our extensive workshop.

MT: AEEC performs fast and cost-effective magnetic particle evaluations for ferromagnetic materials in search of evidence of cracks or other defects present, allowing explicit results on the severity of the damage.

UT: Our inspectors use ultrasonic waveforms to detect subsurface discontinuities in order to obtain a relative visual image to determine the presence, location, and severity of discontinuities present in the test piece.

RT: We have the ability to radiograph conventional films with a highly sensitive method under all radiation safety parameters, using an X-ray tube to create an image detecting defects that are not available on the surface and would not otherwise be detected.

ET: Our current techniques focused on the non-destructive examination and condition control of a wide variety of metallic structures, including aircraft fuselages and structural components, allow us to demonstrate structural failures before complex cracking, as well as Conductivity measurement to characterize a given material.