Code A Weld is accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) as both a Testing Laboratory (ISO 17025) and Inspection Body (ISO 17020). We are a Notified Body (NI)/Approved Body and all of our NDT technicians are PCN and/or CSWIP approved. Overall, we pride ourselves on offering top quality welding services.
Yes we can. Welders can be certified, coded and qualified to any required standard under our accreditations.
Our services include tensile and bend testing, fracture and impact testing, corrosion and decay testing, hardness and compression testing, positive material identification and chemical analysis. Please click here for a full list of the mechanical tests that we carry out.
Yes we can. We hold UKAS accreditation for testing in-house as well as at customers’ sites, with our team of NDT technicians able to travel nationwide with all the equipment needed to carry out the required tests.
Yes we do. Our failure investigations address failed weldments, parent materials and components, and include carrying out chemical analysis to determine if a parent material or weld metal complies with production or service requirements. We provide comprehensive laboratory reports, which cover all the elements you specify and include full details of test stages and photographic evidence.
We work with a very wide range of sectors including nuclear, renewable energy, oil & gas, aerospace, rail, automotive, pharmaceutical, marine and food.
All of our work meets recognised National, European and International standards, and is welcomed worldwide for insurance, integrity and regulatory purposes. This means that we can ensure your compliance with all external requirements as well as with your company-specific standards.
We complete tests far quicker than most, and without ever compromising quality. Our standard turnaround is just 3-5 working days. If time is critical, we can complete some tests in 24 hours if arranged in advance.
Yes we are. Our UKAS Accreditation authorises us to carry out Notified Body (NI)/Approved Body work relating to the Pressure Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016.
No we don’t. We offer support to new and existing customers on the understanding and interpretation of welding standards and codes as well as welding documentation, welding terminology and industry requirements.
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