Acuren’s visual inspectors approach each job with a deep understanding of the applicable code requirements, products and processes, anticipated service conditions and acceptance criteria. Visual inspection is considered the most effective technique for detecting surface defects and our experienced, certified technicians leverage their industry expertise to ensure that all defects are recorded. Acuren has over 250 VT Level II and Level III inspectors, as well as 400 API certified technicians with the training and experience required to reliably and accurately assess surface flaws.
Acuren’s VT technicians are certified, trained and experienced to ensure that our visual inspections are accurate and reliable.
Visual inspection of objects, parts or components is the oldest and most reliable nondestructive testing method. It is applied to almost every product as a quality assurance tool, revealing surface discontinuities.
Acuren’s visual inspectors can reliably and efficiently assess components and equipment for surface defects.
Visual inspection is used in a variety of industries, including:
API tank, pressure vessel and process piping inspections
Richarson Oilseed is one of Canada’s oldest and largest fully-integrated crushing, refining, processing and packaging operations. In the absence of timely manufacturer support for a critical equipment issue, the full time onsite Acuren Condition Monitoring Specialist was able to diagnose and provide a detailed correction path on a defective trunion bearing.
Acuren has a specialized team with aerospace industry experience that use both traditional and advanced nondestructive testing methods to identify defects in critical structural, airframe, and engine and accessory components.
Structural design engineers, inspectors, nondestructive testing technicians, laboratory technologists and rope access technicians deliver solutions to help you design, construct and maintain your buildings and valuable infrastructure.