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X-R-I Testing Opens Testing Facility in Duncan, SC

May 21, 2012
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TROY, MI-X-R-I Testing, a provider of nondestructive testing (NDT) services to the aerospace, automotive and power generation industries nationwide, has opened a new testing facility in Duncan, SC.
The new facility, located at 1875 East Main Street, Suite 5, is currently Nadcap (formerly the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) accredited to perform both radiographic and liquid penetrant testing. Nadcap accreditation for magnetic particle testing is expected later in 2012. The Duncan facility will also provide consulting services to companies with internal NDT operations.

Robert Broaddus, president of X-R-I Testing commented: “With an established and growing manufacturing base in South Carolina and throughout the domestic southeast, our goal is to continue expanding our footprint in this region to support the various industries here that require nondestructive testing services. Opening the Duncan facility is another step toward that goal. ”

A privately held company, X-R-I Testing has over 70 years of experience in providing nondestructive testing services, including radiographic, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, eddy current, ultrasonic and thermography to the aerospace, automotive, defense and power generation industries. To learn more, visit http://www.xritesting.com .

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