Paint Inspection Ltd are pleased to be associated with the Forth Road Bridge, one of Scotland’s most famous bridges, and will be carrying out the Inspection and Testing for the Paint Trials using various Paint Manufacturers.
We are pleased to announce that our Northern Manager Keith Wagner MICorr, has been voted in as Chairman of the Surface Treatment Governing Board and Honorary Secretary of the Professional Development, Training and Certification Committee for The Institute of Corrosion”
We are sure Keith will fulfill the duties required “providing Technical experience and knowledge” to both Committees.
Paint Inspection are pleased to be working with the Local Authority and Appointed Consultants.
The survey will consist of paint testing for hazardous content, adhesion and dry film thickness testing.
A visual assessment in accordance with ISO4628 series will also be carried out to identify coating defects and corrosion levels.
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Paint Inspection exhibited at Surface World on the 19th & 20th September at the NEC in Birmingham. This was well worth the two days we were there, and have gained some great potential new clients for PIL (Paint Inspection Ltd) and our software IRIS.
We hope to see you back at Surface World 18 months from now in March 2020.
Paint Inspection Ltd are pleased to announce that we have now achieved Gold (level 3) membership with Construction line.
Well done to the team who put thehard work in to achieve the level 3 status.
Following on from the survey we completed last year, we are pleased to be working for Lancashire County Council carrying out the quality assurance inspections on the Greyhound Bridge painting works.
The works are part of the four million pound refurbishment project to avoid weight restrictions being imposed on the bridge in the future.
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