Mechanical integrity is a critical aspect of any industrial operation as a regulatory requirement and also a fundamental responsibility to protect the environment, employees, and assets. To achieve this, organizations often turn to inspection services, and in this context, GRSA maintains an extensive network of Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) resources and API (American Petroleum Institute) 510, API 570, and API 653 inspectors.
- Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) Resources: NDE techniques are invaluable when it comes to assessing the condition of equipment and infrastructure without causing damage. This allows for the early detection of flaws, defects, or deterioration, reducing the risk of catastrophic failures. Our network of NDE resources encompass an array of advanced technologies such as ultrasonic testing, radiography, magnetic particle testing, and more. These technologies have options for a variety of access as well, such as drone inspection, rope access, and automation. These techniques provide a comprehensive view of the material’s condition, helping your internal resources or GRSA’s Mechanical Integrity team make informed decisions regarding repairs, replacements, maintenance schedules, or broader MI program deficiencies.
- API 510, API 570, and API 653 Inspectors: API standards are widely recognized in the industry and set rigorous guidelines for the inspection, repair, and maintenance of equipment and facilities. Having a team of inspectors certified in API 510 (Pressure Vessel Inspection), API 570 (Piping Inspection), and API 653 (Aboveground Storage Tank Inspection) is a testament to GRSA’s commitment to compliance and excellence.
GRSA’s ability to leverage its inspection resources, coupled with its team of experienced engineers, allows us to deliver comprehensive, efficient, and sustainable mechanical integrity solutions to your site’s challenges.