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Crestone NDT Inspection Services
API 653 is the standard for tanks over 50 feet tall or having diameter greater than 30 feet.
4 Critical Components of an API 653 inspection
1. General Tank Information: Review tank description information.
2. Tank Bottom, Tank Shell, and Tank Roof Inspections: API 653 allows different types of inspection to examine the aboveground tank components.
3. Bottom, Shell and Roof: The structure of the tank is inspected to API 653 standards.
4. Settlement Evaluations: Examine whether the tank is tilting or settling in the ground improperly.
API 653 inspections must be performed by a licensed inspector.
Crestone NDT services within the wind turbine industry include examination of blades and components with digital eddy current and state-of-the-art automated ultrasonic scans.
We are always on the lookout for the most advanced inspection technologies and delivery systems (i.e. robotics and UAVs) but the most common testing methods used include: Ultrasound (UT), Magnetic particle (MT), Liquid penetrant (LT), Remote controlled visual testing (VT), Phased Array ultrasound (PAUT) & Eddy Current (ET).
We are able to perform ultrasonic weld inspections on wind turbine towers and foundations with 100% documentation of all tests performed.
CRESTONE NDT is capable of inspecting your BHA Tools, Drill Pipe, Heavyweight Drill Pipe (HWDP), and Tubing.
Our certified, professional inspectors thoroughly examine the tubular body, as well as connections and end areas. We will also check for possible imperfections and wall loss in the tubular body with our state-of-the-art SLOFEC equipment.
We inspect new and used drill tools and drill pipe using the latest techniques and top-of-the-line equipment. Our professional inspectors follow industry standard guidelines, are certified in accordance with industry specific standards and follow documented Standard Operating Procedures.