Corrosion Inspection Services
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Hire The Best Corrosion inspectors
Corrosion monitoring is critical in industries that have critical, expensive infrastructure. Particularly industries that use abrasion chemicals that can wear down important assets such as boilers, pipes, holding tanks, piping and other industrial equipment.
Contact us today to speak to a certified corrosion expert and protect your business today. Get a free consultation for our inspection and corrosion engineers.
About Corrosion Inspection & Prevention
Corrosion inspection involves three critical elements:
- An initial inspection for corrosion to determine your current levels of corrosion
- A preventative maintenance plan to prevent further contamination and decay
- A proactive plan to fix any issues that will impact your assets, such as reapplying coatings by a certified contractor
When we work with a client we first provide a phone consultation to assess the scope of work. Then, we provide an on-site inspection by one of our NACE, OACETT and SSPC certified coating inspectors to assess the current corrosion levels. Our experts perform a comprehensive audit on site and provide the business, key stakeholders and your engineering team with a full report and actionable recommendations based on our extensive, industry-specific experience.
Proper maintenance, prevention, and assessment of corrosion is paramount to protect your mission-critical business assets, across a number of industries. Corrosion can cause contamination, leaks, or equipment failures. Left unchecked, unmonitored, and without preventative and proactive corrosion can cause critical and expensive equipment failures and repairs.
Delayed operations, run-time and downtime costs, subsequent labor costs, and equipment replacement costs can pile up. This causes a runaway of costs. It’s far more expensive to not have a comprehensive corrosion resistance plan.
If you’d like to learn the most commonly asked questions, view our educational PDF download on industrial coating inspection here.
If you’re looking to protect your infrastructure, inspect your coating applications, and mitigate your future risks, you need a professional coating inspection company.
our coating inspection process
We have a tried and true methodology for assessing and prevention corrosion through our ISO-standardized and client-customized workflow.
A maintenance survey determines the coating conditions of a surface. Surveys are used to create a maintenance schedule for re-coating and touch-up applications.
The Coating Inspector performs testing for a wide range of coating applications. We test for conformity, compatibility, performance, coat thickness, hardness, adhesion, and finishes.
Once testing has been completed, we provide our detailed recommendations in a report. This ensures that all aspects of the survey are considered and addressed.
All jobs are conducted according to industry standards: NACE/AMPP, ISO 9001:2015 and CSA/SSPC in Canada, ASTM and ISO for international clients.
The Coating Inspector works with contractors, owners, and engineers. We are a third party unbiased leader in the provision of professional coating inspection services.
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hire the right coating inspector
Do you have existing corrosion, or are looking to prevent costly equipment failure? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Contact us today to get a consultation.
The Coating Inspector is ISO certified, something few competitors can offer. We also have extensive reviews, decades of combined experience and the most highly trained coating inspectors in the industry.
What is an ISO Certification?
“Certification to ISO 45001 demonstrates an organisations commitment to a safer working environment and the protection of employees against injury at work.
ISO 45001 certified organisations have identified and operate to regulatory requirements through enforcing procedures for compliance with legislation. Improved identification of hazards and risk management, involving all levels of the organisation through setting objectives, targets and documented responsibilities are recognised by regulators as a commitment to safe working conditions and continuous improvement.”
QAS ISO certifies strict compliance procedures to legislative and standard compliances.
We have been certified in continuous improvement and service to our compliance.
We are commited to impeccable client service & employee safety.
The AMPP (Formerly know as The National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE)) is a globally recognized certification body to certify and train corrosion engineers.
With over 36,000 members globally, it is the most recognized trade association of corrosion inspectors to ensure industry standards in the coating inspection industry.
Established in 1943, it serves to train corrosion inspectors, enforce industry standards, certify engineers, publish and research corrosion inspection techniques and journals, as well as provide a standardized approach to corrosion inspection and prevention.
NACE “equips society to protect people, assets and the environment from the adverse effects of corrosion.”
Every project, business and industrial assets are unique. Depending on the scope of work, location and amount of inspectors or work hours required for your project, the cost can vary.
However, The Coating Inspector is committed to saving your business time, money and assets. The cost of equipment breakdown, shutdown or repair delays can cost your business far more resources than preventative maintenance, work and inspection.
Call, email or contact us via the form below with a bit more of information about your business. From there we’ll consult with you regarding your unique corrosion prevention requirements.
From there we’ll provide you a comprehensive quote and scope of work, and then begin working together with you to keep your facility and equipment in top working area.
Primarily all across Canada and globally (depending on the project).