Flow & Frac Iron Recertification Details
Pressure Point Testing’s Qualified Re-certification team provides Flow line and Valve maintenance, Repair, Ultrasonic Thickness (UT), Magnetic Particle (MT) and Hydrostatic Testing (LT) at any location required by the client to promptly return iron investments to service.
Our recertification team will spend as much time on your project or remote site as needed. Every item of flow iron equipment will be properly assessed, rebuilt, and recertified for service.
Level 1 Inspection – Visual Inspection, Hydrotest.
Level 2 Inspection – Visual Inspection, Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Measurement, Hydrotest.
Level 3 Inspection – Visual Inspection, Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Measurement, Take Wings Off, Sandblast, Disassemble Completely, Magnetic Particle Testing, Band, Re-assemble, Hydrotest.
Recertification Capability Features:
- Pressure Test Station with full test capability to 30,000 psi; Test set up for valves and integral connections
- Magnetic Particle Testing: Electromagnetic Yoke magnetization; Wet Fluorescent Particles; Black light
- Ultrasonic Thickness Inspection: State of the art thickness gauges; Dual element transducer
- Gas powered air compressor disperses 25 cubic feet per minute
Keeps surfaces free of erosion, corrosion and irregularities. Includes complete visual inspection and assessment of inside bores in all flowline equipment, terminal connections, and seal surfaces.
Ultrasonic wall thickness measurements
Precisely measures multiple critical areas in each piece of equipment to detect erosion and determine if wall thickness meets specifications.
Cleaning of wing end and thread end
Magnetic particle test (MT)
A magnetic field is induced in the component being tested using a yoke. Fluorescent magnetic particles suspended in water are then applied. If surface discontinuities such as rounding, cracks or other linear discontinuities are present in the parts, they will be detected
Pressure testing up to 30,000 PSI capacity.
Identification and banding
Color-coded or stainless steel bands with serial numbers, pressure ratings and inspection dates, will be applied to all recertified equipment.
Inspection reports are available through our Iron Works Customer Portal on demand, or you can request them to be provided to you. Our reports are easy to read, export, and utilize in your everyday applications.
Iron Recertification Quick Facts
- Service: Flow & Frac Iron Recertification
- Location: All over United States
- Timeline: Determined By Client As Needed
- Special Requirements: As Requested
Learn more about our frac & flow iron recertification services for the oil & gas industry by contacting us today, or by downloading our brochure.