Confirm the state of your components, without causing any damage.
Evaluate the properties of a material, component, structure or system.
Matec Consulting provides Magnetic Particle, wet and dry methods for any of your equipment inspections needed. With our trained professionals we can identify cracks in ferromagnetic materials such as steering knuckles, king pins, spindles, hooks, tower crane bolts and more.
We use non-destructive testing (NDT) to analyze characteristic differences or welding defects and discontinuities without causing damage to the original part.
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Matec inspectors perform wet and dry magnetic participle inspections. These types of methods are critical for all of our structural machine inspections as well as when we inspect damaged components or for hook block recertification.
How much does a machine inspection cost?
We take an hourly rate approach that ensures your machine is thoroughly inspected and "Safe for Use" while also being cost effective.
Who do the new 2021 Work Safe BC regulations apply to?
The new regulations which require a structural, mechanical, and controls inspection as well as a maintenance records check apply to all crane, concrete pump and aerial lift owners in British Columbia.
What is an Engineer on Record or EOR?
An engineer on record with regards to machine inspections is the engineer who collects and or supervises the entire machine certification process in BC. They collect the structural, mechanical, and controls inspections as well as the maintenance information and determines if the equipment is "Safe for Use"
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