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TesTex-Japan Inc.

製造業

President
Sanshiro KIMOTO (Mr.)
Year established
1998
Capital
30,000,000 yen
Sales
71,000,000 yen
Employees
9
Postal (zip) code
732-0023
Company address
1-4-32,Nakayama-higashi,Higashi-ku,Hiroshima-shi
Phone
082-289-6770
Fax
082-289-6769
E-Mail
kimoto@testex-j.com
URL
http://www.testex-j.com
Company PR
TesTex-Japan Inc. was established as a joint venture with TesTex Inc. in the United States in 1998.
TesTex Inc. is one of the leading companies with the highest non-destructive testing technology in the world.
Especially, our low frequency electromagnetic technique is showing a great promise in the plant maintenance field.
With the technique eliminating the necessity of preparation on a test surface and allowing the non-contact quick flaw detection, we are running far ahead of all other competitors. Today, accidental leakage tends to happen more frequently and the needs for the surface flaw detection will be getting higher. Thus, we are confident that the technique is in the limelight in the near future instead of the ultrasonic flaw detection.

Non-contact surface flaw detection for gas piping in iron works
Corrosion detection with Falcon 2000

Quick flaw detection for petroleum pipelines (throughput: 300 m/day)
Corrosion detection with Falcon Line-Cat

Major Products
Low frequency electromagnetic testing system, Falcon 2000
Low frequency electromagnetic testing system, Falcon Line-Cat
Remote field flaw detector, Eagle 2000
Piping flaw detector, TS-2000
Weld surface crack detector, Hawkeye
Major Customers
Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.
JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation
NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION.
Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd.
JFE Steel Corporation.
Major Facilities/Equipment
Falcon 2000
 Low frequency electromagnetic testing system: 32-channel output
Falcon Line Cat 3
 Low frequency electromagnetic testing system: 4 to 32-channel output
 Apply to detect flaw in axial direction of the pipe.
Eagle 2000 2
 Remote field flaw detector
 For single prove and for multi-channel
Hawkeye 1
 Weld surface crack detector based on the electromagnetic induction method
 8-channel output
Viper crawler 1
 Crawling inside pipes by holding itself to the surface with magnetic wheels
Technology Employed
Other manufacturing industry
32-channel low frequency electromagnetic testing system
Falcon 2000
Other manufacturing industry
4 to 32-channel low frequency electromagnetic testing system
Falcon Line Cat
Other manufacturing industry
8-channel eddy current flaw detector
Hawkeye
Other manufacturing industry
Multi-channel remote field flaw detector
Eagle 2000 Plus
Other manufacturing industry
Viper crawler system
Crawler with magnetic wheels for holding itself to the surface
Primary Area of Technical Expertise

Quick piping corrosion scanning with Falcon Line-Cat
Quick crack detection on weld surface of coated tank with Hawkeye (removal of coating is no longer necessary.)

Future Business Challenges
Pipeline inspection with Falcon Line-Cat
Development and sales of Line-Cat for gas piping
Crack detection on weld surface of coated tank
Cost saving flaw detection with Hawkeye
100% inspection of boiler tubes on LNG vessels
Development of systems for LNG vessels from Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation
Extend the sales network to the Far Eastern Region.
Future Technical Challenges
Other manufacturing industry
Ordering of the Line-Cat with enhanced resolution for Japan
Other manufacturing industry
Line-Cat developed for the piping with a superstructure
Other manufacturing industry
Development of the crack detector for coated butt weld plate surfaces (Hawkeye)
Other manufacturing industry
Development of the RFET system with guide tubes for LNG vessels from Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation
Other manufacturing industry
Development of the crawler for tank bottom plate corrosion detection
Other

Falcon Line-Cat for gas piping, patent pending

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