Coating Inspection

Coating Inspection ideally suitable for industrial coating/painting includes planning, preparation, evaluation, inspection, visual assessment and testing for evaluation for adequate process control.

Cathodic Protection

Cathodic protection is the most common electrochemical technique used to prevent corrosion on buried metallic pipelines where the applied coating has failed or been damaged exposing bare pipeline metal to the soil.

Corrosion Inspection

Corrosion Testing & Inspection determines the resistance of materials to corrosion under certain conditions.

Welding Inspection

Welding inspection are conducted for several reasons to determine weld of suitable quality and its intended application, metallurgy, welding process, etc.

Caltech Instruments Pvt Ltd

Caltech Instruments Pvt Ltd – Mumbai provides complete solution in the field of Coating Inspection Equipment’s, Cathodic Protection Installation & Survey Instruments, Corrosion Testing Instruments and Welding Inspection Gauges. Our product ranges are used in India and also exported to worldwide users to Oil & Gas, Petroleum, Refinery, Offshore, Onshore, Marine, Welding, Engineering, Fertilizers, Automobile, Telecommunication, Metallurgical, Corrosion laboratories, Aviation and other segments of industries.

We are one of the leading and dominant inspection equipment manufacturers and we regularly supply our range of products to reputed Multinational, National, Government, and Semi Government companies in India. Our worldwide export operations to various countries like USA, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Kazakhstan are controlled from the corporate office in Mumbai, India.

Global Presence

Caltech Instruments Pvt Ltd sells its quality line of products through a vast distributor network worldwide. Please contact us for any additional information.

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