Inspection Services

Inspection and quality control are the most important tools in today’s corporate world. A third-party inspection company is a business organization complying with the ISO 17020 standard.

Third-party certification means that an independent organization has reviewed the manufacturing process of a product and has independently determined that the final product complies with specific standards for safety, quality or performance. This review typically includes comprehensive formulation/material reviews, testing and facility inspections. Most certified products bear the certifier’s mark on their packaging to help consumers and other buyers make educated purchasing decisions.

We provide third-party inspection, testing and certification for:

  • Tower Crane
  • Mobile Crane
  • Overhead Crane
  • Window cradle
  • Forklift trucks
  • Lorry cranes
  • Electrical winch
  • Jib Crane
  • Chain Block
  • Monorail
  • Pedestal cranes
  • Cargo containers
  • Man lifting baskets
  • Gantry Crane
  • Material baskets

Earth Moving Equipment’s:

  • Excavators
  • Skid steer loader
  • Pneumatic rollers
  • Road roller
  • Bull dozers
  • Backhoe loader
  • Wheel loader

Lifting Accessories:

  • Wire rope slings
  • Shackles
  • Eyebolts
  • Lifting/Spreader beam
  • Lifting clamps
  • Tirfor machine
  • Hooks
  • Master links
  • Safety harness
  • Elevator & Escalator
  • Building maintenance Unit (BMU)
  • Construction hoist
  • Loading platforms
  • Flat bed /Low bed trailers
  • Pallet trucks
  • Horizontal drilling machines
  • Portable electrical devices (PAD).
  • Scaffolding

Pressure Vessels

Boilers and pressure vessels are used all over the world in different industries including oil and gas and energy industries, Laundries, Hotels. In order to ensure safety and operational efficiency of pressure vessel equipment, certain regulations and codes have been developed, some of which require independent inspection and certification to achieve compliance.

  • Boilers
  • Pressure vessels
  • Air Compressor
  • Air Receiver
  • Calorifier

Non-destructive Testing

Welding Inspection: Welding is one of the critical manufacturing process carried out in almost every major industry. Welding Inspection should be done in order to ensure quality and integrity of the structures welded to have better safety. Inspection of welds helps in detecting the flaws early in the manufacturing and construction works there by reducing the cost for reworks and ensuring long component life by detecting and correcting flaws. Using NDT method for the inspection of welds defects like lack of fusion, lack of penetration, cracks, porosity, misalignment and other similar defects can be identified and the material safety is ensured by correction of the detected flaws.

Liquid Penetrant Testing: Liquid penetrant testing is used for examination of surface and subsurface discontinuities in nonporous materials.. LPT can be performed in metals, glass, plastics and ceramics. This method is useful in detecting cracks, porosity, laps, seams and other defects open to the surface that may have developed due to fatigue, impact, grinding, cyclic and overloads.

Magnetic Tarticle Testing: Magnetic Particle Testing is used to detect cracks and other surface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials. Magnetic Particle Testing is one of the highly sensitive method used for inspection of castings, forgings and weldments’. The inspection can be carried out on both sites and in house.

Ultrasonic Inspection: Ultrasonic Testing uses high frequency sound waves to perform inspection on material to detect flaws or to characterize materials. Ultrasonic Testing is used for thickness measurement, flaw detection, inspection of welds, corrosion and erosion detection in pipelines and lot more.. Ultrasonic Inspection can be carried out on metals and alloys, plastics and composites. Detailed images can be obtained while using Automated Ultrasonic Testing. The discontinuity size and shape can also be obtained while carrying out Ultrasonic Testing.

Visual Inspection: Visual Inspection is one of the most common testing method that is done prior to starting any inspection. Visual Inspection is used to detect the surface discontinuities like underfill, porosity, slag inclusions etc. Boroscope is one of the visual inspection method used to detect defects in machine parts where the access Is very limited.

Preparation of WPS, PQR & WPQT: Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) is the key document needed in carrying out welding process in any industry. WPS describes how a welding process is carried out and it directs the welder to make a better quality weld. A WPS should be accompanied by a supporting Procedure Qualification Record that is a record of test weld performed ensuring the procedure gives out quality welds. Using the WPS individual welders are qualified by Welder Performance Qualification Test (WPQT) which ensures the welders are capable of producing quality welds.

Earth Pit Inspection: Earth has an electrical property, conductivity (or low resistance) that is put to practical use every day in industrial plants and utilities. Earthing is done to protect both humans and equipment’s from abnormal currents. This abnormal current will get dissipated safely when connected to earth via electrode. These earthing points should be checked annually to ensure proper current dissipation.

Thermography: Thermography or thermal imaging uses thermographic cameras to detect thermogram. Thermography is used to locate overheating joints and sections of power lines, which are a sign of impending failure.

The importance of doing Thermography?

  • Lower costs – Save money by finding potential failures, reducing overtime, taking advantage of scheduled outages and extending equipment life.
  • Increase productivity – Troubleshoot in seconds by letting the varying temperatures of components tell the story. Narrow down and rule out possible problem causes faster by seeing the whole picture with infrared.
  • Reduce risk – Reduce the likelihood of unplanned downtime and minimize the risk of arc flash. By regularly checking equipment health and maintaining a safe distance from equipment during inspection, substantial risk is mitigated.
  • Make money – Electrical contractors and professional thermographers provide infrared inspections as part of their service offering. Most insurance companies mandate at least an annual infrared inspection for fire prevention and safety.

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)

Portable appliance testing (PAT) is the term used to describe the examination of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use. Most electrical safety defects can be found by visual examination but some types of defect can only be found by testing.

The importance of P.A.T. testing?

  • Improved safety in the work place
  • Improved safety for the general public
  • Reduced insurance costs
  • Decrease in Liability
  • Keep track of your assets
  • Enhance preventative maintenance
  • Increase productivity through safe and reliable equipment
  • Reduce legal risks for managers
  • Fast, automatic printing of appliance test labels direct from test instrument

In-service Inspection Services

The In-service inspection is based on a 3P’s process (People, Product and Process).

URS Inspection Services’ highly trained & certified inspectors or examiners verifies and assures the integrity of product, process or systems under stated working conditions. We will deliver efficient and cost effective implementation of inspections and integrity management programs and to ensure integrity of plant facilities including all onshore and offshore structures, pipelines, stationary equipment, piping systems etc. Our Integrity Engineers and Inspectors are specialized to lead and review RBI analysis, conduct fitness for service review, and conduct remaining life analysis & life extension studies.

Our Services include:

API inspections: API certified inspectors in the field of Pressure Vessel (API 510), Pipeline (API 570), Aboveground Storage tank (API 653) are involved in in service inspection to ensure the continued safe use of the equipment. Corrosion analysis, Remaining life calculation & inspection intervals are determined to ensure the safe working environment.

Risk Based Inspection & Fitness for Service analysis: RBI & FFS are the core part while we deal with In-service Inspections. These analysis are done to ensure continued service without failure.

Reasons for Inspections

Inspections give you critical analysis and views of the quality of your business against the standardization certification.

  • Industrial Inspection – to ensure equipment and facilities are to customer specification.
  • Regulatory Compliance – to ensure, for example lifting equipment is fit for purpose and safe to use;
  • Insurance Compliance – to ensure that the insurance cover is valid, by the demonstration of equipment being regularly maintained and/or examined, to minimize the Risk of Liability;
  • Business Continuity – to ensure vital operational equipment remains safe and effective to ensure the smooth and uninterrupted service, for production by effective ongoing preventative program.

Inspection – Schemes & Services

Project QA & QC: Provision to clients of independent project supervision and control services. Project QA & QC may include such matters as:- Supervision of Plant “shut-owns”, Control of Contractors at all stages within a Project life-cycle e.g.: during the complete build of a new factory or site, Monitoring of Project Plans to ensure “key” activities are being meet.

Expediting: Provision of resource to the client in order to expedite the Client’s project in a timely and effective manner; whilst ensuring due professional care to the specification(s) are being meet.

Lifting Equipment: Provision of expertise for the thorough examination of all types of lifting equipment e.g.: Mobile Cranes, Fork Lift Trucks, Ship-to-Shore Cranes, Gantaries, Pulleys and in some cases Elevators.

Vehicle: Provision of independent inspection of prime movers and vehicles against various client and regional regulations.

Pipeline: Provision of scheduled, or specified inspection of pipelines by approved API inspectors e.g.: weld integrity, valve operation.

Environmental Verification: Environmental and sustainability report verification against several initiatives, e.g.: Global Reporting Initiative, G3 Guidelines, UN Global Compact. Initial Environmental Examinations and Environmental Impact Assessments.

Inspection and revision services

Inspection and revision services