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Tel: 704-568-7574

SHOP HOURS

Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 4pm

OVER 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE

We pride ourselves on our experience and the level of service we provide each and every customer. Client references are available upon request. We look forward to working with you!

OUR SERVICES

- System Design & Installation

- Supplies & Equipment

- Simple & Advanced Cylinder Testing

- Inspections

- Service, Maintenance & Repair

- Consulting & Training

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7032 Harrisburg Road Suite B

Charlotte, NC 28215

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TESTING & MAINTENANCE

Our shop houses some of the best technology available on the east coast. We can inspect, test, and re-certify cylinders

from the following categories:

Industrial Gas - Nitrogen, Argon, Helium, CO2
Medical Oxygen​ M-4 Through M-250​
CO2 Fire Extinguishers​
CO2 for Beverage Service - Soda, Coffee, Kegerator​
Inert Gas Fire Suppression - Argonite, Inergen, Proinert, FE-13​
CO2 Fire Suppression System Cylinders​
Nitrogen Cylinders for Wheeled Fire Extinguishers
Breathing Air​ - Cascade Cylinders​
ADVANTAGES OF ULTRASONIC TESTING

NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF 3A, 3AA, 3AL,

AND ISO 9809-2 CYLINDERS

IN MOST CASES, VALVE REMOVAL AND PRODUCT

REMOVAL ARE NOT NECESSARY

ELIMINATES POTENTIAL VALVE DAMAGE

AND CYLINDER CONTAMINATION

FASTER TURNAROUND TIMES THAN CONVENTIONAL HYDROTESTING

PRESERVES INTERNAL CYLINDER INTEGRITY,

NO WATER ENTERS THE CYLINDER

IMPROVED CYLINDER DEFECT DETECTION

CAPABLE OF TESTING SIZES FROM

3.2" TO 11.6" DIAMETER UP TO 75" TALL

UE TESTING IS PERFORMED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE

WITH DOT, TC & ISO STANDARDS

WHAT IS ULTRASONIC TESTING?

Ultrasonic technology plays a critical role in many inspection-oriented industries. High frequency sound waves are able to pass through hard or soft materials; as they are reflected, a detailed picture of the material's innermost properties is electronically reproduced. When used is testing high-pressure cylinders, the wave reflecting technology targets masked material defects and structural imperfections, which often go unnoticed.