Certified Weld Inspection (CWI and CAWI)
Welding inspectors are required to be certified to inspect welds. The most popular and widely accepted certification is that through the American Welding Society. They certify inspectors and educators through classes and certification testing for those who can qualify to experience requirements.
Pressure Vessel Inspection
We have API 510 pressure vessel inspectors certified through the American Petroleum Institute to be efficient in code practice. The API 510 code covers in-service inspection, rating, repair and alteration of pressurized vessels.
PVDF and Plastics inspection
Our inspectors are trained to perform plastics piping inspections on fused and welded plastic piping systems. Most of these systems are involved with microchip and pharmaceutical piping systems.
Orbital Weld Inspection
Orbital welding encompasses piping mostly from 1/4 inch to 2-inch diameter.
this welding is performed by a welder setting up an automatic machine that when all conditions are properly set will automatically perform the pipe weld.
Boroscope inspection is used in the microchip, pharmaceutical, and aircraft industry mainly. Its application is to be able to remotely inspect in inaccessible areas. Most of our inspections involve remotely inspecting the inside of pipe welds for acceptance.
Thickness Readings and Condition Monitoring
Thickness inspection is an ultrasonic technique that requires only one side of the part to be accessible. Thickness is performed on tanks, piping systems, boiler tubes and the like.