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How much could your business benefit from a coating inspection? When do you need such a service, and how do you find someone that you can trust to carry out that inspection? Although "coating" is a more technical term, we mean special types of paint applications here — those used for anti-fouling on marine watercraft, or to protect equipment from corrosive environments, high temperatures, and more. Other coatings are not paint, but indeed another material altogether, such as rubber or even metal. All these processes serve to protect products in their final operational environment. Even as fundamental an effort as applying coatings may be, it is a process that has the potential to be rife with errors that undermine the effectiveness of your investment.
That's where the Corrplus team becomes a part of the equation. Has your operation had a new coating applied on site or do you need to confirm the quality of work performed by another business? The core members of our team have all completed the NACE CIP, equipping us with a strong team that includes individuals who have even earned the highest certification, the NACE Level 3. Let's take a closer look at what teams like ours do, why our help can prove to be so valuable, and look at other important things to know.
What does a coating inspector do, and why do you need to pay for someone to look at paint? Some initially wonder if they genuinely need to pay others to "watch paint dry," but the truth of the matter makes it easier to see what services such as ours provide for businesses. Let's take a quick look at the basics of coating inspection and what it is for:
Understanding when and why you may need a professional inspector to examine a coating on your equipment is important. Still, you must also understand why type of inspector to seek out. What is a NACE certification, why is it so important, and what we have done to surpass the NACE Coating Inspector Level 2 qualification? Here's a quick breakdown of what all that means in practice.
When you enlist an inspector certified by NACE for painting inspection, what is the ultimate outcome of the service? Do you simply hear "yes, everything is fine" and sign off on the invoice? No. In reality, you can learn a large volume of important information from your inspector, which is why we've invested time and effort into creating highly robust reporting solutions to furnish our clients with as much data as possible. Some of the information you can learn includes:
Should you reach out for any NACE-certified inspector you can find? Recall that our team holds level 3 certifications. When you consider the additional benefits we provide to our clients as a result of our education and experience, it becomes clear that there is an excellent reason to opt for the most highly-trained team available.
When is it the right time to call for help from a team who has advanced beyond NACE coating inspecting level 1? Do you always need this service, or just in certain circumstances? Look for the following signs that clearly say you should reach out for help from our team soon.
What is the experience of working with Corrplus? Thanks to our wealth of experience, we've developed streamlined workflows that enable our teams to carry out their work quickly and effectively without cutting corners. We leave no stone unturned in our efforts to ensure that the coatings you've paid for will do their job appropriately. Here's what to expect from our service:
At Corrplus, our skills and experience extend beyond basic coating inspections in Australia and Southeast Asia. Our full range of services encompasses a variety of coating-related services and other supporting roles for our industrial partners. Consider some of the other ways in which we may be able to assist your business:
When you engage our team, you won't find the basic level of service only available from a NACE Level 1 certification. Instead, our team provides a complete range of services informed by the highest level of education, training, and professional development. Don't allow small defects or unreported manufacturing errors to derail your project and damage your equipment.
Instead, best practices should include verifying the proper application of all coatings before putting items into service with a team that has a proven record of accomplishment. Corrplus takes the headache and the hassle out of this process, travelling to provide top-quality service throughout Australia. To learn more or to make arrangements to use our services, please contact us today.