The weld reports and documentation that we prepare address every aspect of our customers’ requirements and provide a clear and detailed account of everything and everyone that we’ve inspected, analysed, tested and concluded.
Our Independent Certification service comprises a complete package in respect of producing Welding Procedure Qualification Records / Procedure Qualification Records (WPQRs/PQRs). Our fully trained and qualified surveyors will attend your site and through a unique company-welder interaction method, collate all of the required data to produce the relevant certification. We then coordinate the required testing with our independent UKAS accredited laboratory, with results produced within a maximum of 3-5 days.
Our experience and knowledge ensure minimum input from our customers and minimum disruption to their operations. In an industry where lead times are ever decreasing, we guarantee to provide a service that will not disappoint, with our unique certification seal recognisable as a world-class guarantee of highest quality performance.
Our Surveillance Department can independently witness and verify welders, who follow detailed written instructions to produce test pieces (usually in the form of a Preliminary Welding Procedure Specification – pWPS – or a Welding Procedure Specification – WPS). We then coordinate testing of these pieces through our independent UKAS-accredited laboratory to enable qualification or coding to a National, European or Internationally recognised standard.
We have a great Surveillance Department that can witness and verify professional welders. These are experts who can follow detailed instructions to come up with test pieces mainly in the form of preliminary welding procedure standard specifications. We then coordinate the testing of the produced pieces in our labs in a bid to enable coding or qualification to a European, National, or internationally recognised standards. Additionally, we also provide programmes for managing continuing qualifications or re-qualifications of welders. We will also organise documents showing evidence that can be used to support certificate prolongation.
We also offer a programme for managing the ongoing qualification/requalification of welders and for organising documentation of evidence that can be used to support certificate prolongation.
Certification Scheme for the Qualification of Welders and Welding
Download the Application form for the Qualification of Welders and Welding Operators (ISO 17024)
If you would like a quotation for the approval of welding or brazing procedures or personnel, or any other Approved Body services please contact us by phone on +44 (0)1761 410410 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you request verification or further information as to whether an individual holds a current, valid certification and the scope of that certification please contact email@example.com.
Through our Head Office UKAS accreditation, we hold a Department for Business Energy and Industrial Services (BEIS) appointment as a Notified Body (NI) / Recognised Third Party Organisation (RTPO). This allows us to witness Welding Procedure and Welder Qualification tests for work to be used under the Pressure Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016 category.
Our comprehensive and independent third party surveillance services operate Nationwide, across Europe and even further afield. All of the work that we perform is in accordance with National, European and Internationally Recognised Standards, including, but not limited to:
We can also perform surveillance and issue certification to meet the requirements of specific companies or industry sectors, such as:
For more information about our services or to make an enquiry, please get in touch with Code a Weld.
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Code a weld is your go-to service provider when you want to ensure compliance with welding codes that hold UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service). We are committed to offering the highest standards of care and expertise. Our professional and friendly team prepares documentation and reports that address all the details our clients require. You will also get a precise account of everyone and everything that has been inspected, tested, analysed, and concluded. This is because our team is not only fully trained and qualified for the job, but they are very passionate about their job because they will go above beyond to ensure they deliver pure brilliance.
Welding Procedure Specification (WPS)
Code a weld offers independent and comprehensives packages in regards to the production of WPQRS/ PQRS (Welding Procedure Qualification Records/ Procedure Qualification Records). Our surveyors will come to your site and utilise an efficient company-welder interaction technique. This helps them come up with all the essential data to produce the relevant certification. Our company then proceeds to coordinate all the required tests in our laboratories and gives you results within 3-5 days. You can trust that our extensive knowledge and experience with standard welding procedure specification guarantees minimum disruption to your operations. Instead, we strive to offer 100% satisfaction with our unique certification skill that is not only recognisable in the UK but globally as well as ensuring high-quality performance.
Weld Procedures and Qualifications
Code a weld has highly experienced consultants and inspectors who specialise in writing and witnessing Weld Procedures. This makes it possible for us to witness welding procedures as well as welding procedure qualification test for the work that will be done under the Pressure Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016 category.
Process of Preparing Welding Procedure Specification
Many people usually ask about how to prepare welding procedure specification. Several variables that go into this including;
- Base material groups and thickness.
- Welding process.
- Diameter for pipes.
- Welding positions.
- Process mechanisations.
- Product and weld type.
- Filler material classification.
- Polarity and current type.
- Heat input.
- Post weld heat treatment and so much more.
You never have to worry about all this because we take control of the entire process so that there can be minimum input from the clients. All you have to do is sit back relax and wait for your all-inclusive welding procedure qualification record that will qualify your WPS.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you need any of our services and you can be sure we will never disappoint you!