Adler and Allan expands non-destructive testing capabilities
Published by Tom Mostyn,
Tanks and Terminals,
Environmental risk reduction specialists, Adler and Allan, has expanded its non-destructive testing (NDT) team, offering customers a high level of experience and technical knowledge of tank inspection and assessment.
Adler and Allan’s NDT testing and analysis methods will be used for storage tanks, pipeline and well inspection, offering customers accurate and precise inspection. The team are British NDT Institute PCN Level 2 qualified and have full EEMUA and API recognition, as well as boasting a wealth of international experience.
The service quickly identifies degradation, corrosion, weakness, cracking and welding defects, before damage occurs, including leading edge magnetic flux leakage techniques and innovations for remote access to difficult reach areas.
Justin Burton, NDT Manager, said: “Adler and Allan’s inspection department provides an integrated approach to cost-effective, optimised inspection solutions that improve the safety, environmental and operating performance of storage vessels and piping assets, while ensuring they meet regulatory requirements. We are proud to offer the whole package including cleaning, inspection, maintenance and servicing. We operate a specialist inspection team that concentrates on corrosion detection, sizing and servicing the storage tank and pipeline market within the petrochemical and tank storage industries.”
Andrew Clarke, Director, Forecourt Division, said: “The appointments support the growth of our fuel and energy business allowing us to deliver a full turnkey solution to clients. We can perform the testing on customers tanks as well as suggest and undertake any remediation work required. We provide solutions to fuel problems, keeping systems safe, functional, compliant, resilient and sustainable.”
Read the article online at: https://www.tanksterminals.com/storage-tanks/05032020/adler-and-allan-expands-non-destructive-testing-capabilities/
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