Inspection Engineering

Assures the integrity, operability and efficiency of industrial components, equipment and systems.

Inspection of engineered components, constructed fabrications and systems is essential to ensuring that materials performance, as measured or monitored, is as expected in industrial equipment and construction.

Inspection efforts, often prompted by equipment failure, can add value over the continuing life of an asset. Inspections engineered early in the life of industrial installations can limit exposure to financial risk and protect operator reputation through early detection via inspection result evaluation and application of necessary maintenance or mitigation.

Inspections engineered into the project design phase of an asset or piece of equipment contribute to the delivery of best operational practices, as well as provide prediction of longer term performance, assisting in minimizing operational lifespan opex and capex requirements.  

Applus RTD’s multi-disciplinary team has a unique and broad range of experience in understanding materials testing of new and damaged components, through large numbers of hydrostatic tests on new and damaged industrial components and systems.

Applus RTD’s materials performance database is uniquely capable of adding significant value for clients performing engineering inspections.

Applus RTD has industry-leading NDT measurement equipment design capability, including unique physics, electronics, mechanical and system control skills as part of its suite of engineered inspection solutions.

It has operational experience in every type of onshore and offshore oil and gas production facility, as well as traditional fossil fuel and nuclear power generation plants. Applus RTD supports its physical capability with unique modeling techniques that assist in engineering inspection design qualification in order to reduce time and cost through the deployment of customized NDT measurement equipment.

Engineered inspections can provide significant industrial installation cost savings through risk mitigation, and the benefits of engineered inspections for a particular installation can be realized by applying the procedure(s) to other similar installations.

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