Lloyd’s Register developed its In-Service Inspection Scheme with the Pressure Systems and Transportable Gas Containers Regulations SI1989 No.2169 in mind.
The comprehensive scope of the Scheme covers all foreseeable potential hazards to ensure compliance with all UK statutory requirements covering pressure systems. This scope has been regularly reviewed and updated and takes account of the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations SI2000 No. 128 (PSSR).
Benefits of In-service Inspection
- Maintain compliance with legal requirements
- Improve the reliability, availability and maintainability of your pressure plant
- LR’s experts have an in-depth knowledge of pressure equipment and the application of PSSR directives and pride themselves on their open, helpful and practical approach
- Work with an impartial third party with a longstanding reputation in the pressure equipment industry.
Need help with In-service Inspection
Lloyd’s Register can provide:
- Written schemes of examination for each item of equipment and pressure system in line with relevant regulations
- Site surveillance and inspection for new plant construction; to identify potential problems and provide practical solutions
- Commissioning, testing and handover. We can provide verification of compliance with code requirements and statutory requirements, leading to a certificate of compliance or a detailed report of activities.
Why work with us?
Specialist technical support: A Lloyd’s Register surveyor is supported by the knowledge and experience of our specialists in materials engineering, metallurgy, welding, pressure plant design, stress analysis, fracture mechanics, nondestructive examination and other disciplines.
In-service inspection experience: Lloyd’s Register has considerable experience carrying out in-service inspection around the world in many different operating environments with plant and equipment including:
- pressure systems (steam, air, process)
- steam boilers (shell and watertube)
- heat exchangers (shell & tube, plate and air cooled)
- protective devices (safety valves, bursting discs etc.)
- conventional oil, gas and coal fired power plant
- electrical and control equipment
- steam receivers
- unfired pressure vessels
- process fired heaters
- nuclear power plant
- passenger and goods lifts
- rotating equipment.