NACE Coating Inspector

At Paint Inspection Ltd we pride ourselves on the quality and experience of our inspectors. We can bring NACE 2 and NACE Level 3 inspectors to you, for expert coating solutions. We have been NACE-certified inspectors for years, and we have experience in various industries, including oil, highways, and railways.

Ensure You’re Meeting Manufacturing Standards With our Certified Coating Inspectors

A great coating Inspector ensures that structures, surfaces, and materials are all correctly coated to meet manufacturing standards. They need to specialise in the of use various tools such as x-ray fluorescence analysers, callipers, electronic micrometres and all applicable on-site coatings test equipment. 

At Paint Inspection Ltd we can do all this and more. Our team of skilled inspectors have brilliant communication skills, remaining professional even when facing difficult situations. We are highly organised and efficient, paying attention to detail to identify potential issues.

Sectors We Serve

We offer NACE-qualified coating inspectors in the following industries:

Paint Inspections by NACE-approved Professionals

Any paint inspection we undertake will be carried out by a trained NACE paint inspector who has at least achieved lCorr and Level 2 qualifications. So that your project goes according to plan all our inspectors will be supervised by a NACE Level 3 inspector.

We have a large team of NACE 2 and ICorr 2 paint inspectors meaning we can easily work on a diverse range of projects. We can offer you a wide range of efficient and organised inspection services. Thanks to our attentive NACE 3 and lCorr 3 senior inspectors we can supervise coating condition surveys, coating applications, basic coating inspections, quality assurance, and paint sample testing.

NACE Coating Inspector Levels

Since its creation 30 years ago the NACE CIP has become the ultimate training curriculum for novice paint inspectors. The program has seen much success in producing over 26,000 certified paint professionals, a large majority of which are the best and brightest the coating inspection industry has to offer. 

The CIP program consists of three certification levels:

  • Level 1: The basic certification required to inspect coating applications in an industrial setting
  • Level 2: Entails passing an essential examination and specialising in one or more specific types of coating.  
  • Level 3: Passing this certification requires passing another comprehensive exam, testing your knowledge of all aspects of coating inspection. You must understand relevant codes, standards and coating specifications. 

What sets this level apart from the rest is the significant experience and mastery of workmanship quality control expected of students while they perform coating inspections.

Paint Inspection Ltd hosts a highly trained team with NACE Level 2 coating inspector accreditation. Your paint inspection is in safe hands with us! Our customers have access to our lineup of supervisors who have achieved at least a CIP Level 3 qualification, representing their knowledge and prowess in the industry. 

Level 3 NACE Requirements

The NACE Institute clearly states a NACE Certified Coating Inspector – Level 3 is recognized as an advanced inspector who:

  • Has “expert knowledge” of corrosion, surface preparation, cleanliness, environmental conditions, test instruments, coating mixtures, and safety.
  • Can undertake unsupervised non-destructive and destructive inspections of liquid and non-liquid coatings applied to any substrate.
  • Has demonstrated technical knowledge, and problem-solving ability regarding issues that may arise on-site and are capable of supervising other coating inspectors.

Get in Touch

For additional details about our NACE-Certificated inspectors, or if you would like to know more about our paint inspection services please don’t hesitate to contact Paint Inspections Ltd.

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61 High Street,
Fareham, Hampshire, UK
PO16 7BG

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Inspectors examine samples for compliance with specifications by conducting visual and physical inspections for thickness, adhesion, chip resistance, edge coverage, and other properties. 

    Additionally, coating inspectors are responsible for updating records of all materials used in the coating process and keeping track of the progress of projects.

    NACE is the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. It is the leading corrosion control organisation worldwide, and NACE-qualified inspectors can provide you with the highest-quality building certifications.

    Our inspectors have the following qualifications: 

    • ISO 9001 Qualified
    • ICorr and NACE Level 2 Inspectors
    • ICorr and NACE level 3 Senior Inspectors