Non-Destructive Testing Services in Ravine, PA

Non-Destructive Testing Services in Ravine, PA

ASME Sec VIII; ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC)

ASME Sec VIII; ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC)

Section VIII of ASME is the code that covers the design, manufacturing, inspection and testing of pressure vessels that exceed 15 psig. This code book provides specific requirements on welding and forging, mandatory and nonmandatory appendices detailing supplementary design criteria. Manufacturing companies must be certified by AMSE. Integrity Testlabs can provide all Non-destructive need to meet or exceed the requirements of ASME Sec VIII ASTM; American Society Testing and Materials.

ASME B31.3 in Ravine, PA

ASME B31.3 in Ravine, PA

The majority of the piping that you see when you pass an Oil Refinery, Chemical Plant, or any other typeprocessing facility is covered under ASME B31.3. Having provided Nondestructive testing services in Delaware City Refinery, Monroe Energy Refinery, Paulsboro Refinery, Advansix Chemical Plant and Chemours Chemical Plants thisspecification is the one used the most by the NDT technicians at Integrity Testlabs. The two most common acceptance criteria for AMSE B31.3 are Normal Fluid Services (NFS) and Severe Cyclic. Integrity Testlabs provides Non Destructive services of RT, UT, MT, PT, VT to cover any needs that may arise.

ASME B31.1 in Ravine, PA

Created in the 1930s as a standard code for power piping. ASME B31.1 is a code that provides minimum requirements for safety and guidance for the design of new piping and the repair, modifications and replacement of existing piping. Covering fuel gas and oil systems as well as central and district heating, water and steam systems. ASME B31.1 covers water and steam piping found in all power generation plants throughout the United States. Integrity Testlabs can provided technicians on your next project or outage that have vast experience and knowledge of ASME B31.1 acceptance criteria.

ASME B31.1 in Ravine, PA

Ravine Drone Inspection

Using drones is quickly becoming a common inspection method. The biggest attraction is offering a safe way to inspect confined spaces and inspected areas high in the air. With todays advanced cameras they are capable of doing a very good visual inspection. Some drones offer infrared capabilities. This allows the operator to look for hot or cold spots on equipment, structures or solar panels. Smaller drones make for good options to investigate or inspect confined spaces. Larger drones are capable of using or deploying Ultrasonics to perform thickness readings on hard to reach places. To use a drone for commercial purposes the operator must have a FAA license.

Ravine Drone Inspection

Ground Penetrating Radar in Ravine, PA

Integrity Testlabs can provide a safe, cost effective and nondestructive means to scan concrete slabs or structures prior to drilling, cutting or coring. Prior to doing destructive work to concrete, inspecting the interior for possible post tension cables, electrical lines, pipes and rebar can save you time and money. ITL trained technicians that can provide this service and mark out where these items exist inside the concrete. This risk mitigation technique will allow you to cut, core or drill with a peace of mind.

Ground Penetrating Radar in Ravine, PA
API 570

API 570

The American Petroleum Institute (API) 570 is a in-service inspection code. Designed for the natural gas, chemical and oil refineries piping systems to prevent failures before they happen. This code covers inspection, rating, repair, and alteration procedures for applicable piping systems. This code applies to metallic and fiberglass-reinforced plastic piping systems, also pressure-relieving devices associated with the systems. Inspectors are tasked with ensuring compliance with this code is followed. Integrity Testlabs has in-house and contract API 570’s to cover any needs that fall under the API 570.