Tyne Pressure Testing

Tyne Pressure Testing

Tyne Pressure Testing offers a range of pressure testing services and product verification tests.
Group Membership: Subsidiary Company

Company Profile

Tyne Pressure Testing offers a range of pressure testing services to a variety of sectors across the globe from its dedicated facility in the North East of England.


Tyne Pressure Testing provides specialist pressure testing services, including:


  • Hyperbaric (up to 21,755 psi)
  • Hydrostatic
  • Endurance
  • Gas (nitrogen or helium)
  • Temperature (-160°C to +250°C)
  • API 17D
  • PR2
  • Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT)
  • API 6D, API 6DSS, API 6A
  • Destructive testing
  • Flush testing
  • Buoyancy loss testing
  • Product qualification/verification and certification
  • Bespoke testing services


The multi-million pound facility operates conventional pressure and environmental testing bays, in addition to nine hyperbaric chambers; including one of the largest commercially available pressure testing chambers in the world.


Measuring 2.5m by 4.5m, this unique chamber can test pressures of up to 450 bar whilst simultaneously producing temperatures down to -2°C. Surrounded by a sophisticated automated loading system, within 90 minutes this chamber can load, close, fill and pressurise.


Clients also benefit from:

  • Bespoke solutions to meet exacting customer requirements
  • Advice from a team of expert technicians and access to a project managed turnkey service
  • Facilities and equipment hire to allow for independent testing
  • Sophisticated technology including automated loading systems, automated testing and a central control room where internal sensors and cameras provide live testing feedback
  • Complimentary use of client offices; client break-out areas and conferencing facilities
  • Ability to enhance technology readiness levels (TRL) on research and development or qualification prototypes
  • 24 hour testing
  • Synchronised multi-chamber testing
  • Access to industry knowledge and professional engineering expertise through British Engines, as well as readily available research from one of the UK’s leading learning institutes, Newcastle University (Tyne Pressure Testing is a joint venture between British Engines and Newcastle University)