Pipe inspection service

Are you confident about the condition of your pipelines or do you worry that unseen defects are lurking beneath the surface? 

At NDT Group, we know how important it is to be confident of the integrity of your assets and our comprehensive NDT pipe inspection services use cutting-edge techniques to assess the condition of your pipelines and pipes accurately. 

Through a range of inspection techniques, our experienced team of technicians can help you extend the lifetime of your pipeline, save on costly repairs, minimise safety risks, and ensure compliance. 

Our services include

Digital radiography pipe inspection 

Harnessing the power of digital radiography, we conduct pipe inspections with unparalleled clarity and efficiency. This method allows for real-time imaging of the internal structure of pipes, enabling swift and accurate assessments. 

Corrosion mapping

We utilise the latest technology to perform efficient and accurate corrosion mapping pipe inspection services and identify areas of corrosion or damage. 

Cast iron pipe inspection 

Our specialised cast iron pipe inspection employs techniques tailored to this material, providing detailed insights into its condition.

Water pipe inspection 

With our state-of-the-art corrosion mapper, our water pipe inspection offers thorough coverage, capturing high-definition images and data for comprehensive analysis.

Industrial pipe inspection 

We understand the unique challenges faced by industrial pipelines. Our industrial pipe inspection services are tailored to meet the demands of diverse industrial environments, providing reliable assessments to support your operations. We use a range of NDT tests to conduct these services including Eddy Current Testing, Ultrasonic Testing and Phased Array.

Pipeline inspection for the Water Utility Sector 

At NDT Group, we recognise the critical role of well-maintained assets in ensuring efficient utility provision. Preventing leaks is essential to sustaining operational integrity, minimising disruptions for users, and enhancing cost-effectiveness.


We aim to give you the confidence that your pipelines are secure. Within the Water Utility Sector, we offer a comprehensive suite of services including corrosion mapping, leak detection, pipe ovality inspection and soil sampling. With our responsive approach, we ensure a flexible service that helps your projects remain on track.

Learn more about our work within the Water Utility Sector.

Why use NDT Group? 


Our work within the Water Utility Sectors makes us used to operating alongside other contractors. We understand that there can be times when projects need to be delayed by traffic control issues or workflows. We aim to provide a service that can respond to your scheduling requirements. 

Complete service 

At NDT Group, we offer a full range of services to cover all your pipe inspection needs. We can work on large or small projects, across a range of industries. With our one-stop shop of services, there is no need for you to go anywhere else. 

Multi-disciplined team 

We have years of experience in providing NDT pipe inspection services. Our multi-disciplined technicians are qualified in a range of NDT methods, meaning they can respond to any emerging needs on-site.

Think you may need our pipe inspection services? 

At NDT Group, we are committed to delivering exceptional service, using advanced technologies and industry expertise to meet your inspection needs. 


We have years of experience delivering a range of NDT pipe inspection services. 


Contact us today to learn more about how we can safeguard the integrity of your pipelines. We are happy to answer any questions that you may have.

When to use this service

Responsive testing that delivers assurance that your equipment is safe.

Contact us for a quality testing service with a fast report turnaround. We can respond to any challenge.


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