Are you in search for a Riverside Structural Welding Deputy Special Inspector? You’ve come to the right place! We at Riverside Deputy Special Inspection are certified and skilled in this exact niche through the American Welding Society and the International Code Council. With years of field work and hands on experience, we are here to help, whether it be for a commercial or residential project. You can contact us directly through our website, social media or phone number at (951)900-1727 for a free Structural Steel and Bolting consultation in Riverside California!
As a Structural Welding Deputy Special Inspector, there are three reasons why it is key to inspect welding being performed
1. Before it begins
2. During the work in progress
3. After it is completed.
The reason why this it is key to inspect before welding starts is to make sure that the contractor is using the correct welding parameters, welding materials and welding procedures. Any miscommunication in this important factor can cause delays, costs due to repairs or even harm to structural integrity. It is also key to confirm that the welding being installed is completed by a certified welder with the correct and applicable WPS’s, WQTR’s and PQR’s.
The reason why it is also key to inspect during the work in progress is to make sure that welding is completed per city approved plans and code. This may also include continuous inspection due to welding such work as multiple welding processes that require slag removal.
Last but not least, it is key to inspect after welding is complete to make sure that welds implemented in structures do not have cracks, defects or deficiencies.
These are only a few reasons why structural welding inspection is so important during the many phases of the process.
Whether you need a Riverside Deputy Special Inspector for a commercial or residential project, we are here to aid you in this! Need a shop welding Inspection? Need a field welding inspection? Look no further! We are qualified, skilled and educated in these very niches. It is our job to make sure that all welds are completed per city approved plans and code with the correct lengths, sizes, locations. Before welding, it is also our duty to confirm joint preparations and joint fit ups to the applicable requirements specified in the city approved plans. We make sure that when welds have been inspected and accepted, a distinctive marking or other recording method shall be placed on all appropriate parts or joints.
Welds that are subject to Nondestructive Testing Examination (NDE) or Nondestructive Testing (NDT) in addition to visual welding inspection shall be completed per the city approved plans and code. We make sure that if a project requires NDE, we as the welding deputy special inspector will verify and contact the appropriate management who may not be aware of this requirement to schedule one at the suitable time.
We know that there is an assortment of welding connections that are either partial joint penetrations (PJP) or complete joint penetrations (CJP), fillet welds or groove welds, tubular or non-tubular connections, etc. That is why it is key to schedule us here at Riverside Deputy Special Inspection as soon as possible to confirm welding is being completed properly and professionally per the city approved plans and code.