Non-Destructive Testing Services in Seneca, PA
API 510 Inspector in Seneca, PA
This is an individual certification that is achieved through API testing program that test individuals on their knowledge of inspections, maintenance, repairs and alteration of pressure vessels. This certificate is recognized worldwide. Most individuals have many years of inspection experience of the internals of a pressure vessel, performing Ultrasonic Thickness readings, Visual Inspections and other various NDT methods. Having an understanding of how the operations of the facility work also helps you understand where failures might occur in the different variety of vessels. Integrity Testlabs has API 510 in house and contractors that can help your company keep up with planned and unplanned maintenance and help start or maintain corrosion programs.
The API 1169 is a recommended practice that focuses on the basic requirements needed to do inspection on new onshore pipelines in a safe manor. Broken in to four sections. Inspector responsibilities; making sure the project moves forward in a safe and efficient manor. Inspector in responsible for planning, monitoring, evaluating, and root cause analysis. Personal and General Pipeline Safety; Making sure the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 29 CFR 1926 are met. Environmental and pollution control; Inspectors must know the local, state, and federal permits for Environmental and Pollution control. Basic understanding of the impacts that pipelines have on of water, land and air. General Pipeline Construction; Observing all phases of construction and understanding the difference between compliance and requirements in term on general pipeline construction.
Seneca, PA ASNT Level III
Integrity Testlabs has in house ASNT Certified Level III to train and keep our technicians updated on the latest revisions to code and equipment upgrades as well as training. Our Level IIII keeps our procedures updated and is current with the latest ASME, API, ABS Revisions. We also offer 3rd party certifications for your employees or if your company needs a reviewer, monitor or to evaluate your program, procedures or film let Integrity Testlabs help you.
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.
Seneca, PA API 580
API 580 was developed by the American Petroleum Institute (API) in 2002. It is primarily adopted in oil and chemical refineries for developing programs to track and maintain inspections in keys areas of the piping or equipment that is affected by the process it contains. API 580 is program will keep workers and communities safe from releases or catastrophic failures. Integrity Testlabs has provided support for API 580 by providing Radiographic inspections and Ultrasonic Thickness inspections on piping, shells of exchangers, towers and drums. Radiography provides an actual imagine of the corrosion that is occurring and UT grids can provide a visual by numbers on where wall loss is happening.
Seneca, PA Radiation Safety Officer (RSO)
Any Company providing Radiography services will need a Radiation Safety Officer (RSO). The RSO will oversee all codes and regulations regarding the storage and use of category 2 material. The RSO will oversee all daily activities by the crews. Making sure they are performing the work safely and using all safety devices. Ir-192 is what Integrity Testlabs uses the most to perform radiography. We use QSA Global as our service provider of source and equipment. The D/S-880 has been a trusted workhorse for ITL techs out in the field. ITL is still using source projectors that are over 20 years old.