ARI delivers professional Non Destructive Testing (NDT) and Inspection Services. Our team of experienced professionals are committed to providing high-quality, reliable inspection services to ensure the safety and compliance of our client’s assets. We use state-of-the-art equipment and adhere to industry standards and regulations to deliver accurate, actionable results.
Our goal is to help our clients reduce downtime and improve the reliability of their assets while maintaining the highest safety standards. When your operations cannot stop our team will execute 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to meet your inspection needs. We have experience supporting routine in-service inspections, planned shutdown services, and new construction projects.
Select from the below inspection services offered by ARI to learn more.
Advanced NDT ultilises a range of sophisticated techniques used to further evaluate the integrity of materials and structures without causing any damage or degradation to them.
Vessel, pipe and tank inspection is crucial for detecting leaks, preventing environmental hazards, and ensuring the structural integrity and safe operation of assets.
Conventional NDT is used to evaluate the integrity of materials, components, and structures without causing damage, ensuring safety, reliability, and cost-effectiveness in various industries.
The planning, scheduling, and execution of planned shutdowns is a very complex process and we partner with asset owners and large engineering firms to ensure that all NDT requirements are taken care of.
Industrial materials testing, including positive material identification and macro examination, is used to verify the composition, quality, and properties of materials to ensure compliance and safety..
Heavy machinery inspection ensures safe operation, prolongs equipment life, maintains compliance with regulations, and minimises downtime due to unforeseen failures or accidents.
ARI specializes in weld procedure development, offering tailored solutions to improve welding quality, efficiency, and compliance with industry standards.
Heat Treatment is necessary to reduce residual stresses that occur during welding. It is often required in tandem with NDT and Inspection.