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07-10-2014 - - 0 comments

Today we have representatives attending the 24th Annual Meeting of the UK Conformity Assessment Bodies for Pressure Equipment (UK CABS) at The British Institute of Non Destructive Testing (BINDT) in Northampton. It’s a meeting we attend eac...h year and it’s great to sit around a table with the rest of the key organizations within our Industry and discuss the previous twelve months.
03-10-2014 - - 0 comments

This weeks Technical Q&A comes from our Inspection Team!

Q. I need a welding procedure done and it's the job is going to be over seen by Det Norske Veritas (D.N.V.). Can Code A Weld come and run a WPQR that is D.N.V. approved?

26-09-2014 - - 0 comments

This week's Technical Q&A of the Week!

Question:

Multi Purpose Welding Gauges can measure what when Visually Inspecting a Butt Weld?

A. Leg Lengths

B. Weld Reinforcement 

C. Toe Angle

D. Throat Thickness

19-09-2014 - - 0 comments

This week our question comes from the Lab.

Q. Which defect would be most visible during Visual Inspection on a Fillet Weld?

A. Lack of Root Fusion

B. Unequal Leg Lengths

C. Excess Penetration

D. Lack of Inter-Run Fusion

10-09-2014 - - 0 comments
Chinese Nuclear Plant at Hinkley Point C set to get the Green Light

An article by the Sunday Times last week has suggested that plans to build a Chinese atomic reactor in Britain are reaching the final stages.  Hinkley Point near Bridgwater in Somerset already has two plants and plans for a new development are to receive backing from a combination of French nuclear leaders EDF Energy, China General Nuclear Power Corporation and China National Nuclear Corporation.  Negotiations are due to continue with expectations for the plans to be given the go ahead in the near future.

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