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Inspection

Engineering Inspection Services 

  1. Our company performs all necessary inspection, examinations and tests in accordance with the Scope of Work, Engineering Design, Specifications and referenced Codes, and maintains inspection records and compiles all QAIQC documents for final turnover.
  2. Our staff are qualified ASNT (American society for nondestructive testing) level II Certificate in (RT, UT, PT, MT, VI).
  3. Our staff are fully licensed and authorized by the RPC (Radiation Protection Center/Ministry of environments) to perform radiographic Examinations.
  4. Preparing the test procedures
  5. Non-Distractive Testing (NDT):
    • Visual test (VT).
    • Radiographic test (RT).
    • Ultrasonic test (UT).
    • Liquid penetration test (PT).
    • Magnetic particle test (MT).
    • Pressure test (Hydrostatic& Pneumatic).
    • Vacuum test.
    • Ultrasonic thickness measurements and survey
    • Coating thickness measurements 
  6. QA/QC activities on construction of power, petrochemical, & Industrial plants (piping networks pipelines, storage tanks, pressure vessels....etc).
  7. Material Distractive testing:
    • Tensile strength
    • Hardness test
    • Compression test
    • Materials analysis
    • Torsion Test
    • Bending Test
    • Lifting equipment Inspection (mobile & overhead cranes, forklifts, elevators).

 

Welding Inspection

  1. Review the specifications, referenced codes and standards, field changes and other approved documents such as Procedures, shop/construction drawings, erection drawings, Isometric drawing, P & ID thawing, etc.
  2. Verify that materials to be welded are the specified grade, type, size, thickness, etc., that required by approved documents for the project.
  3. Review manufacturer's material test reports.
  4. Welder's qualification according to (ASME IX).
  5. Design or approved the welding procedure for each welding type & position acc. to (AWS).
  6. Procedure Qualification Tests required for non-pre qualified welds and verify that Procedure Qualification Records (PQRs) are compliant with all applicable requirements. (This tests done in locally labs).
  7. Verify that all welding consumables comply with the approved documents and the approved WPS and verify that all electrodes are properly stored.
  8. Verify that the electrical characteristic (welding current and voltage) are within the WPS parameters by using a calibrated hand-held volt / amp meter.
  9. Verify that joint preparation, assembly practice, preheat temperatures, interpass temperatures, welding techniques, welder performance, and post-weld heat treatment meet the requirements of the approved documents, WPS, and applicable code.
  10. Conduct visual inspection of the work: Verify size, length, and location of all welds. Verify that all welds conform to the requirements of the code and approved documents.
  11. Mark completed welds, parts and joints that have been inspected and accepted with distinguishing mark, tag or dye stamp. The mark shall include testing laboratory initials (if applicable), inspector’s initials, inspections date and status.
  12. Schedule our responsible for nondestructive testing (NDT) technicians in a timely manner, after visual inspection and acceptance.

 

Pipelines Inspection 

  1. Review Pipeline Design specification and Data Sheet.
  2. Written or Review Inspection and Quality control plan / Inspection Test Plan.
  3. Inspection of site of transmission pipe track to ensure classification of area, type Construction and safe distance available.
  4. Inspection of Maximum and minimum depth of the pipeline, Slope angle, Depth of ditching, Distance of maximum span to be supported, Right of way (ROW).
  5. Written or review Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Records, Welding Performance Qualification Test, Coating Performance Qualification Test, Repairs Procedure and Welder Certificates. 6. Perform welder's qualification (WPQ) and welding procedure qualification (PQR).
  6. Inspection of welding preparation, alignment of pipe, visual inspection of weld result.
  7. Nondestructive test (radiographic test using crawler x ray and gamma ray. 9. Inspection of pipe bending on site: Check Dia., r, Pipe thickness, Radius of pipe bends.
  8. Strength calculation review: Stress occurring on pipe, buckling, pipe support calculation, and Hydrostatic test procedure.
  9. Review of corrosion protection system calculation: Characteristic of corrosion, Corrosion protection method, Specification and dimension of coating.
  10. Review of document of approvals or recommendation from competent authorities for environment protection management and monitoring programs.
  11. Inspection of Cathodic Protection, Coating and Painting and retrofitting anode.
  12. Provision of all equipment’s for hydrostatic testing (filling and pressurizing pumps, dead weight tester, and temp. and pressure recorder, pressure gauges).
  13. Verify highest, lowest and test site elevation prior to perform hydrostatic test.
  14. Hydrostatic test inspection (cleaning, filling, pressuring, drying and purging).