Barry Evans Lifting World offers a premium mobile repair, testing and maintenance service as well in-house special applications repairs, testing & accredited certification’s lifting and load-bearing mechanisms.
When you can not afford the down time or the inconvenience to bring your lifting and safety equipment into our factory, Barry Evans Lifting World offer an on-site inspection and testing service.
Our clients have inspections completed at their site monthly on 3 monthly, 6 monthly or 12 monthly intervals, depending on the use and quantity of equipment. Whenever the inspection is due, our inspectors are fully trained to complete inspections and testing of all your equipment such as:
- Chain Slings
- Chain Blocks
- Plate Clamps
- Wire Rope Slings
- Lifting Beams
- Pallet Lifters
- Work Boxes
- Pallet Lifters
- Confined Space Equip Fall Arrest Blocks and Winches
- Concrete Lifting Clutches
- Lever Blocks
- Crane Ropes
- Webbing Slings
- C Hooks
- Forklift Jibs
- Goods Cage
- Monorail and Jib Cranes
- Static Lines
NDT – Non Destructive Testing for Welding
There are four types of non-destructive testing available:
Made up of a white absorbent material and red dye. For welds and surfaces without paint and dirt, this is the least sensitive of the testing methods used.
Uses a background lacquer and spray on black magnetic ink or powder. Fluorescent dye and ultraviolet light can also be used, but the test must be in darkness. Principally used for larger areas but can be used where surface or weld is clean and free of paint and dirt.
For sensitive work on welds primarily, the surface to be tested can be painted, but must be free of dirt.
Used on new welds to check the actual weld from the root out to the face of the weld. Surface must be smooth and free of paint and dirt etc. Can be used to determine shafts and pins and bolts for length, and for discontinuities within.