Rope Access Inspection Services
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Choose Acuren’s integrated rope access model to ensure the most efficient, cost-effective inspection for equipment in nearly any industry. Our approach has been demonstrated to provide cost savings in excess of 30% to 70% on inspection projects at height.
Acuren utilizes an integrated services model to deliver a broad array of inspection services at heights. Our experience as North America’s leading inspection and rope access company has shown that simply providing rope access for inspection is not enough. Achieving the highest level of “Execution Efficiency” and cost savings requires composite crews with trades and inspection technicians working together to deliver the entire work scope.
Some typical inspection scopes of work include, but are not limited to, the following:
Remote inspection – sensor install, acoustic emission, stress analysis, UT probes
- UT, PT, MT, RT, DR, PAUT, ACFM, TOFD
- Phased Array Ultrasonics (PAUT)
- High Temp (PAUT)
- Real Time Radiography
- Infrared thermography
- Laser scanning – hand held laser scanning (corrosion mapping)
Positive material identification (PMI)
- API 570, 653, 580
Inspection of equipment and assets:
- Concrete and stacks
- Wind power generation blades
- Flare tip
- Coal bunkers
- Heaters and furnaces
Corrosion under insulation programs
In Situ Metallography
Pipe hangers and clamps
Pipe supports, guides, shields and saddles
Reach out to our team today at 1-800-218-7450 or email email@example.com to find out how we can help execute scopes of work on your site because we go places, and do things others simply can’t.
Richardson 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.
During a planned outage ultrasonic testing and visual inspection revealed that a significant portion of the pump box floor either needed to be repaired, or cut out and replaced.