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NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING AND INSPECTION

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SCIMEX offers a comprehensive range of non-destructive testing and inspection services in order to help companies and prime contractors to conduct reliable diagnoses of the work they do, regardless of challenges relating to accessibility – in mountainous areas, at height and in confined spaces.
Drawing on a multidisciplinary team with expertise that deploys the latest techniques on inspection, compliance testing, non-destructive testing (NDT) and 3D digitization, SCIMEX is able to establish knowledge on the current status both in terms of civil engineering structures and metal structures, owing to the accurate mapping of disturbances identified.
To ensure a high level of accuracy of the data acquired from the various sampling operations, SCIMEX is equipped with the latest technologies currently available on the Non-Destructive Testing, three-dimensional measurement and video inspection market.
Equipped to work in environments that are difficult to access, at height, in confined spaces and on mountainous terrain, the SCIMEX teams are comprised of members skilled at working in demanding environments and that present the ability to adapt to highly diverse work environments.
All of the technicians are qualified to work with ropes (CQP1 and CQP2), in confined spaces (CATEC), as well as in petrochemical and offshore environments (BOSIET HUET).

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Démarche ISO 9001 en cours pour certification fin de 1er semestre 2021
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SCIMEX teams are highly qualified and work in multiple application areas such as:

– Works of art
– Hydro-electric works
– Petrochemical installations
– Industrial sites (aluminium industry, cement industry, paper mill)
– Nuclear sites
– Amusement parks (rides)
– Ski lifts
– Tertiary

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