FPI Engineering – world leading, non-destructive testing and fluorescent penetrant inspection equipment.
FPI Engineering supplies modular, custom or turnkey non-destructive testing systems. These can be designed as stand-alone units or complete automated systems integrating into a wider facility, with either our Plasticraft and Lancy Technology systems or other process plants.
Wherever you are in the world, however large or small, you can benefit from our knowledge and expertise in the design, manufacture and commissioning of these safety critical systems.
FPI is a leading expert in the world of non-destructive testing and fluorescent penetrant inspection and we have supplied many of the world’s largest companies including Rolls-Royce, Pratt and Whitney, BAE Systems and Rolls Wood Group.
All of our systems are supported by a world class team of service engineers.
FPI Engineering automated non-destructive testing systems satisfy the requirements of high volume workflows.
Excellent process control and consistency is achieved by automating the testing systems which can also be equipped with data logging technology for monitoring in accordance with NADCAP requirements.
FPI Engineering manual non-destructive testing systems are highly versatile and cost effective, combining simplicity of operation with the ability to accommodate a wide range of component sizes.
Our manual non-destructive testing systems offer you an ideal solution for situations where space is restricted yet testing is a vital part of your production chain.
FPI Engineering Booth Systems offer you maximum versatility for non-destructive testing in terms of process and plant layout.
The FPI Engineering carousel inspection system is a space-saving, fully enclosed design that enables simultaneous processing for large volume production.
The fully-automatic carousel system provides fluorescent penetrant inspection processing in a choice of configurations and sizes.
FPI Engineering’s commitment to long term process performance is demonstrated via our service and support capability. A range of service options is available, including diagnostic checks, calibration and both planned preventive maintenance and emergency call out cover, while repairs and upgrades to existing systems can also be carried out on non-FPI Engineering equipment.
A choice of servicing procedures, to include both electrical and mechanical elements, can be selected and, together with the provision of appropriate spares, can reflect the requirements of all fluorescent penetrant inspection and non-destructive testing installations.