Industrial Technical Inspection
Our inspectors across the world with extensive experience enables us to assist you throughout the project cycle.
In addition to global standards such as IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and American National Standards Institute (ANSI), we are performing factory acceptance tests (FATs) more than 30 countries worldwide with our experienced staff on the basis of many technical specifications and procedures related to the country’s existing standards.
We have the expertise for technical inspection as our ATEX / CompEx Certified inspectors frequently performing ATEX inspections (ATEX is an abbreviation for ”Atmosphere Explosible”). The ATEX directive places responsibility on employers control or eliminate the risks arising from operations that may contain potentially explosive atmospheres and to ensure that employees have a safe place of work. We have also great knowledge of all types of transformers and cables (including energy and communication cables), control of switches, machinery and industrial products, heating-cooling equipments, valves and structural steel.
INSPECTION has intensive expertise in the least levels of inspection for the Oil & Gas and Mining Industries.
We are able to assign experienced and highly qualified technical personnel from an in depth pool of personnel obtainable throughout world.
Vary of activities performed / services provided include:
- Complete Inspection The inspection activities generally include a pre-inspection meeting, periodic regular visits / reports, witness and hold-points and final inspection.
- Partial Inspection Inspection of the materials on a sampling basis as careful within the order assignment instructions and/or as per the relevant purchase order. An order review meeting is suggested for partial inspection.
- Final Inspection Minimum inspection of materials or instrumentation to verify vital dimensions, workmanship, and material / test certifications. once possible, the ultimate inspection ought to include witness of specified tests and review of radiographs and alternative inspection reports.
PRESSURE VESSEL INSPECTION
Pressure vessels are containers for keeping of pressure either internal or external. This pressure can be obtained from an external source or by the application of heat from a direct or indirect source, or any combination thereof (Ref. ASME Code Section VIII).
Manufacturers should obtain relevant certification to sell pressure equipment abroad Thus in EU (Eurepean Union) markets it is mandatory to comply with the PED (Pressure Equipment Directive). For USA market the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel (BPV) Code regulates the rules for design, fabrication and inspection of BPVs.
Periodic inspection of Pressure Equipment such as Boilers & Pressure Vessels is required via legislation in many jurisdictions. Regular inspections are viewed good exercise in cutting-edge management structures encompassing responsibility of care, compliance, safety, asset safety and chance management.
As a section of our inspection services our clients will be supplied with an Inspection Report, which will nation that clients can confidently and safely function the strain equipment. Any faults or upkeep requirements will also be added to clients’ attention.
Our highly experienced and certified inspectors can provide deep assistance with inspections according to the requirements of standards such as AS 3788. If needed, recommendation can be furnished to help our clients procure equipment that is safe and conforming with specifications.
INSPECTION’s boiler and strain vessel inspection services offer:
Qualified professionals with massive experience in certifying pressure equipment and related components.
Assistance in making ready your goods for exporting abroad.
Global purchaser provider with rapid response times for all needs.
Expert know-how of one-of-a-kind regulations, standards and codes.
Please feel free to contact us at Inspection to analyze more about how our inspection services for pressure vessels can benefit your company.
API INSPECTION & TESTING SERVICES
The American Petroleum Institute (API) is the only national trade association that represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry.
Inspection provides comprehensive API inspection services to help clients’ organization comply with regulatory, insurance and industry requirements.
Our highly educated and experienced personnel is up to date on requirements and guidelines ensuring a proactive strategy to compliance.
Inspection can provide a broad range of inspection and data management services to make sure the integrity of your operating assets.
Inspection’s API inspection and testing services are carried out in compliance with all API standards and endorsed practices by licensed 510, 570, and 653 inspectors.
Our inspectors can guide you while your plant is in operation in addition to turnaround based inspection programs.
- API 510 – Pressure Vessel Inspection
- API 570 – Piping Inspection
- API 653 – Above Ground Storage Tank Inspection
STRUCTURAL STEEL INSPECTION
Material Testing and Inspection for Structural Steel
Inspection provides experienced inspectors for steel fabrication shop inspection and quality control with global coverage.
Our staff for structural steel inspection, materials and machinery inspection, brings challenging solutions to complex projects.
We have very specialized manpower to successfully complete a project where structural steel is a key element we our inspectors understand the nature of steel construction and quality control procedures.
We have a proven track record of success on multiple projects as our structural steel inspectors have certificates (coating, welding, NDT, steel, concrete testing and inspection). Inspection Team can be deployed to project sites and fabrication facilities almost anywhere in the world.
Our services include shop and field inspection such as inspection of joints before welding, dimensional control of structure, welders & welding qualifications, NDT inspections and checking high strength bolted connections.