Rope Access Engineers and Technicians

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Inspections aren't just necessary to help large structures and other mission-critical pieces of equipment continue to operate - they also play an important role in creating a safe working environment for all involved. Rope access allows trained and certified technicians to examine hard to reach structures that normally would not be accessible. Using advanced NDT techniques gives our inspectors valuable insight into the types of repairs or other maintenance steps that need to be taken moving forward.

If you need NDT services for vessels, tanks, bridges, commercial buildings, ships or other large industrial structures, Rope Access Technicians are the superior solution that will help guarantee that you have the most accurate and complete information.

Types of NDT Testing Methods

Rope Access Technicians are trained in a wide range of different testing methods, often using one or more of the following to provide businesses with the most accurate information they need to make informed decisions:

  • Ultrasonic Testing
  • Ultrasonic Thickness Testing
  • Visual Inspections
  • Visual Inspections
  • Eddy Current Testing
  • Liquid Penetrant Testing
  • Radiography and more

All of our Rope Access Technicians pride themselves on the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art and accurate testing and inspections possible. They are duly trained in offering the most cost effective services for industries like yours.

Technician Certifications

All of our ATS Rope Access Technicians are highly trained. Many of them hold multiple accreditations and certifications, including but not limited to:

  • P.E. - Professional Engineer
  • AWI Inspectors
  • API Inspectors
  • Advanced Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and more

At Applied Technical Services, our Rope Access Technicians are safety aware, safety certified and focused on giving you the confidence you need to run the safest enterprise possible. We have designed a comprehensive quality assurance program designed to monitor policies, procedures and equipment, all with the intention of giving you the utmost quality at all times.