We are global leaders in developing and applying innovative NDT services. Our proprietary AUT system, UTScan, has a proven track record in effectively replacing the ineffective methods of X-Ray and Gamma Ray. Our award-winning R&D group develops proprietary NDT inspection solutions for a multitude of applications.

What's New At UT Quality

  • 26 February 2014
    In order to ensure the highest pipeline reliability and integrity, it is essential to opt for AUT for girth weld inspection during construction. Not only is the AUT method safer for operators, it also significantly diminishes other risks that could compromise your projects. Among those is the risk of missing critical weld defects.
    A recent bulletin released by the US Department of Transport (PHMSA-201-0078) addressed this very issue. The bulletin examined incidences of girth weld failures in new pipelines during the 2008-2009 construction period. 
    Findings determined that girth welds which failed in-service... Read more
  • 09 January 2014

    UT Quality (UTQ) announced today that it has completed an agreement to sell 100% equity interest to RAE Energy. The transaction was completed on January 3rd, 2014. RAE Energy provides a unique opportunity to enhance the UTQ business through global scalability, strong industry knowledge and leadership, strategic financial investments, and the ability to capitalize on near-neighbour market opportunities.

  • 10 October 2013
    UT Quality was subcontracted by Nacap Australia for AUT inspection on the 183km, 16” diameter QSN link pipeline. Due to the efficient work of the Nacap welders, welds were being completed at an exceptional rate of 250 welds per day. Our patented UTScan technology was applied to scan in real-time alongside the welders for optimal productivity.


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"UT Quality's service on site and support from Edmonton were outstanding. Their UTScan system exceeded our expectations."
- Peter Gregory, Nacap (Asia Pacific)
Peter Gregory, Nacap (Asia Pacific)