Tank Inspection Dallas TX – UST & AST Industrial Inspectors
At NDT Tanknicians, we’re capable of providing top-to-bottom coverage for all of your Storage Tank inspection requirements. We are certified in STI SP001 and API 653 tank inspections.
Certified Storage Tank Inspections in Dallas TX
At NDT Tanknicians, we go the extra mile to ensure all of our personnel are trained to the industry standard, and then we go beyond. We invest a great deal of time and energy into structured in-house training programs that are developed to supply our inspectors with the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities needed to provide our clients the kind of service they expect and rely upon.
Non-destructive testing (NDT)
OSHA 10,30 & 40 Approved
API 653, API 510, API 570 & SP0001 Certified
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Full Service Tank Inspections & Testing in Dallas TX
Our Technicians are highly trained inspectors who hold certifications from the American Petroleum Institute (API), the Steel Tank Institute (STI) and the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) in fulfilling all of your aboveground storage tank inspections, (AST) and underground storage tank inspections (UST) needs.
- ABOVE GROUND & UNDER GROUND TANK INSPECTION
- ULTRASONIC TESTING
- MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING
- VACUUM BOX TESTING
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
Our Inspectors are certified ASNT-SNT-TC-1A Non-destructive Testing (NDT) technicians, who are able to perform testing such as Penetrant Dye Testing (PT), Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) Radiographic Testing (RT) and Ultrasonic Thickness Testing (UTT) measurements in the field.
This provides them the ability to determine the weld quality, mechanical integrity & thickness of a structure’s core components. With this knowledge, we can calculate corrosion rates and find areas of excessive deterioration, aiding to prevent structural failure before a discharge into the environment can occur.
STI SP001: Inspection of Above Ground Storage Tanks
To properly interpret the standard, carefully carryout inspections and provide industry related reports, our inspectors must meet certain knowledge and experience requirements to be able to apply to become a certified STI SP001 Inspector through the Steel Tank Institute. Once approved, they must pass proctored examinations to gain entry into the industry as a certified inspector, something we pride ourselves on and hold with great integrity. Recertification must take place every 5 years in order to stay up to date with the latest industry standards and practices.
API 653 – TANK INSPECTIONS
Regardless of the Tank, the structure and its components will degrade overtime, increasing the probability of structural failure. Because of this degradation, inspections must take place at set intervals throughout the span of the Tank’s service life. These inspections provide great insight into the structural integrity of the tank and its components through the use of non-destructive testing and visual inspection, allowing for the preventative maintenance needed to mitigate the probability of a hazardous discharge into the environment.
API 510 – Pressure Vessel Inspections
The API 510 standard addresses the in-service Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Rerating activities for pressure vessels and the pressure relieving mechanisms attached to the vessel. Thorough inspection of pressure vessels requires the use of Non-destructive testing (NDT) measures, such as Ultrasonic-Testing, Dye Penetrant and Radiographic Testing. The inspection of a pressure vessel will be required prior to being placed into service, at the time of any major repair or alteration, as well as, at the external inspection interval of 5 years, and the internal inspection interval of 10 years.
API 570 – Process Piping
API 570 code addresses the inservice inspection, repair, and alteration procedures for metallic, and Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) piping systems and their associated pressure relieving mechanisms. These inspections are performed by an API Certified 570 inspector, utilizing Non-destructive testing measures and include a formal report for the facilities compliance records.
How often should UST tank lining be inspected?
According to the EPA website, inspections must occur within 10 years after original lining installation and then at least every 5 years thereafter. Keep a record of the internal lining inspection as required by the standard code of practice used for the lining inspection.