Our technical experts can execute Certified Welding Inspection (CWI) throughout the life of any project. Before welding can take place, welding contractors and fabricators need to develop welding procedures and qualify welders. Certain procedures must be followed to meet the requirements of recognized welding codes such as ASME, AWS or CSA. Requirements welding procedure are that the weld properties meet or exceed the material properties of the pieces being joined, as well as ensure simple and efficient welding by mitigating common welding problems such as distortion, hardening and weld defects.

Our Certified Welding Inspection (CWI) services encompass:

Welding Procedure Writing and Review
Welding Monitoring
Welder Qualification
Welding Procedure Qualification
Material Verification
Weld/Material Tracking and Documentation

What are the advantages of a Certified Welding Inspection (CWI) program?

Customers can obtain many benefits through the application of a Certified Welding Inspection program, which include:
Compliance with industry codes and standards
Convenience of mobile and in-house services
Cost savings
Learn more about Shear Wave Flaw Detection and other inspection techniques with the help of our technical experts today