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  • Ageing or Precipitation hardeningA low temperature heat treatment designed to produce the correct size and distribution of precipitates, thereby increasing the yield and tensile strength. It is generally preceded by a solution heat treatment. For steel, the temperature may be somewhere between 450-740 degree C, an aluminium alloy would be aged at between 100-200°C. Longer times and/or higher

  • We provide services as individualsto the project for the inspection of welding including fit-up inspection, weld visual inspection, line alignment inspection, dimension inspection of the modules. weld visual inspection of steel structure, preheat inspection, PWHT inspection, hydro test inspection, final walk down, punch list preparation, final dossier review. About the project: Satah

  • The procedure of Post Weld Heat Treatment projects is often recorded in a quality document beforehand. It lists the requirements that should be met for the relevant heat treatments and that will lead to a guaranteed result. Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT) is the international term for stress relief annealing: a heat treatment that is carried out – among other things – after welding work

  • We all have probably heard about destructive testing in welding. After all, those of us who are certified welders or work at a place that needs to certify welding procedures, have at one time or another heard about a bend test, or a charpy v-notch test. However, there are several types of non-destructive testing available. As you can imagine, performing destructive testing on

  • As anyone in the fabricating and welding business knows, process and part inspection is a critical component of a successful business. Build and weld a poor part will simply guarantee failure. Today, welding associations, such as the Canadian Welding Bureau, offer certification courses to help welders learn the ins and outs of proper inspection processes, but before taking the course, you should

  • Post-weld heat treatment or PWHT is a controlled process that involves reheating the metal below its lower critical transformation temperature, following a welding process. The material is then held at the elevated temperature for a predetermined period of time to alleviate residual stresses, increase the strength, increase or decrease the hardness, and reduce the risk of cracking by microstructural

  • Industrial Inspection Inspection 4 Industry LLC,Provides Global Industrial Inspection Services. The services covers shop inspection, site inspection and plant inspection. The articles are about different inspection field categories such as shop inspection, site inspection, and in-service inspection requirements. The articles present you applicable codes and standards. There will also

  • We provided the inspection activities for the duvha power plant boiler explosion situation. the inspection activities includefit-up inspection, welding inspection, dimension inspection, pre-installation inspection and installation inspection as well. The procurement process followed the requirements of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) and the qualifying supplier was

  • Before applying for the detailed PWHT requirements and exemption in these paragraphs, satisfactory weld procedure qualifications of the welding procedures specification to be used shall be performed in accordance with all the essential variables of ASME SECTION IX including conditions of post-weld heat treatment and including other restrictions listed below. While carrying out local post-weld

  • Have you heard of post weld heat treatment (PWHT)? Of course you have. If you are involved in welding you have definitely heard this term. But what is PHWT? When is PWHT required? What temperature should PWHT be done at? Heat treating of materials can be a very complicated subject, but when it comes to heat treatment after welding it boils down to a simple concept: PWHT is done in

  • Basic Weld Inspection - Part 2 John Hoh Senior Staff Engineer National Board Category: Design/Fabrication Summary:This article was originally published in the Winter 2010 National BoardBULLETINas the second of a two-part series. This is a continuation of the articleBasic Weld Inspection - Part 1originally published in the Fall 2009 edition of theBULLETIN,

  • Many characteristics of a weld can be evaluated during welding inspection - some relating to weld size, and others relating to the presence of weld discontinuities. The size of a weld can be extremely important, as it often relates directly to the weld's strength and performance. For instance, undersized welds may not withstand stresses applied during service. Depending on their size and/or

  • Ensuring a topnotch weld inspection program​ Ensuring that welders follow specific procedures is a crucial step in the overall welding quality system. There are a number of reasons to inspect a weld, the most fundamental of which is to determine whether its quality is good enough for its intended application. To evaluate the quality of a weld, it is necessary to

  • In addition to producing high quality radiographs, theradiographer must also be skilled inradiographic interpretation .Interpretation of radiographs takes place in three basic steps: (1) detection, (2)interpretation , and (3)evaluation . All of these steps make use of the radiographer'svisual

  • All ASME Code Stamped Section VIIIpressure vesselsmust undergo a pressure test.Cryogenic pressure vesselswith Code Stamps are no different. The requirements for this pressure testing is contained within paragraphs “UG-99 Hydrostatic Pressure Test”, “UG-100 Pneumatic Test”, and “UG-101 Proof Tests to Establish Maximum Allowable Working Pressure”.


we provide the following services to all types of industries,

  • Project Procedures writing/review
  • PQR Qualification<br /><b>Notice</b>:  Undefined index: imgalt in <b>/home1/abicaecc/public_html/search.php</b> on line <b>420</b><br />
  • WPS Qualification
  • WPQ welder qualification
  • Material receiving
  • spool release
  • Fit-up inspection
  • Preheat inspection
  • welding inspections
  • NCR issuing and closing
  • NDT witness
  • RT film review
  • PWHT inspection
  • Hydro test package review
  • Hydrotest inspection
  • Reports review
  • Site inspection
  • Walk down of the project
  • Punch list creation 
  • Punch list closing
  • Dossier review
  • Dossier submission
  • Final handover of Project

 


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