Industrial Inspection & Analysis Lifting Services: Maximize and Protect Company Resources with a Quantitative Summary Compulsory inspections can certainly ensure safety, but with Industrial Inspection & Analysis Lifting Services, inspections are only the beginning. Read Article
IIA’s Comprehensive Inspection Plan: Location Matters IIA’s Comprehensive Inspection Plan: Location Matters When it comes to inspecting the internal condition of your pipes, even the world’s best technology is pointless if you are looking in the wrong areas. Read Article
External Degradation Overlay Mid-Wall Defect or Corrosion? Knowing the Difference Can Save You Millions Expertise in identifying a mid-wall defect versus incorrectly labeling it corrosion could save you thousands, potentially millions of dollars. Read Article
Non-Destructive Evaluation: What it is & Why it is Necessary Non-Destructive Evaluation: What it is & Why it is Necessary Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE), also known as Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is the process used to examine components and materials without destroying or altering the component, item, system… Read Article
Validating PIG Data to Save Millions IIA Field Services Division Specializes in Validating ILI PIG Data ILI is a common, non-destructive examination practice that uses tethered and untethered “smart pigs” to detect internal pipe irregularities or damage. Read Article
Pre-Start Health and Safety Review Understanding Pre-Start Health and Safety Reviews: What Is It and When Is It Triggered? A PSHR is an Ontario requirement to be completed prior to any new or modified apparatus, structure, or process undergoing operation. Read Article
Overhead Crane 3 Reasons Why a Full-Service Crane Company Is Better Than an Inspection Only Company Everyone knows when you have an overhead crane, it must be inspected and certified on an annual basis and it requires maintenance. When choosing a vendor… Read Article
Multi-Tiered Crane Loads The Challenges with Multi-Tiered Crane Loads Rules are more stringent and require that special procedures be developed to ensure worker’s safety. Here’s a primer on the new regulations. Read Article
Engineered Lift Pedestrian Bridge When Do I Need a Critical Lift Plan? When to employ a critical lift plan is one of the most frequent questions our lifting engineers are asked, and one that has no single definitive… Read Article


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