Bilfinger Salamis UK is an established provider of conventional, advanced and specialist Non-Destructive Testing services to the oil and gas, energy, petrochemical and utilities sectors for onshore and offshore facilities.
Our experienced teams deliver a full range of conventional, advanced and specialist inspection methods to clients. We hold DNV approval for BS EN ISO 9001, 14001 and BS OSHAS 18001, as well as UKAS approval for BS EN ISO 17020. In addition, we are active members and participants of IRATA, HOIS and BINDT.
Bilfinger Salamis UK currently has in excess of 250 NDT Technicians delivering conventional, advanced and specialist NDT, utilising the latest equipment and techniques.
These personnel are supported from our headquarters in Aberdeen, by a dedicated project manager with operational and specialist support from our in-house NDT and rope access technical authorities.
We have established ourselves at the cutting edge of NDT through investment in specialised equipment and the delivery of industry and client specific training programmes. We also invest considerable time and resources in the validation of emerging NDT techniques as is evidenced by our collaborations within HOIS.
Our training and competency programmes ensure that our technicians are fully trained, certificated, and that they exhibit the correct behavioural and safety leadership at all times.
Non-Destructive Testing provides inspection data which upon review by competent engineers can help determine if a component or system is showing signs of degradation and is suitable for continued use.
Periodic Testing (Monitoring) using NDT enables component condition and deterioration to be monitored allowing intervention prior to component or system failure.
Bilfinger Salamis UK provides a full range of conventional testing methods to clients, including:
- Ultrasonic Testing
- Radiographic Testing
- Dye Penetrant Testing
- Magnetic Particle Testing
- Eddy Current Testing
- Visual Inspection using Fibroscope / Boroscope / Video / CCTV
- Hardness testing
- Positive Material Identification using an XRF Analyser