Element will be exhibiting at the Welding Week 2019: "Equipment and technologies for welding and cutting of metals and plastics" on 19-21 November in Antwerp, Belgium. Meet our IWE and IWS welding experts, find out why testing of welds is important and how new techniques can offer you peace of mind with long term savings.
About the event
Attracting more than 5000 professional visitors and 150 exhibitors, the Welding Week trade show brings together welding professionals from around the world. It includes a display of coating methods, data processing, control and monitoring techniques, destructive and non-destructive testing, and much more.
More details about the event here.
With over 100 years oil and gas sector expertise, Element is a recognized leading in the provision of welding services across the world. We have a number of PCN and CSWIP-qualified weld inspectors who offer a comprehensive service in this critical technical area.
Element’s Engaged Experts will be hosting meetings at the event for those interested in learning more about our offerings for the Oil & Gas, Energy, Offshore and Onshore industries.
Register today and join us in Antwerp!
Join us at stand #B130
Schedule a meeting with one of our Engaged Experts to discuss Element’s comprehensive range of welding services, including:
- Preliminary or proposed Weld Procedure Specification (pWPS)
- Weld inspection and monitoring
- Third-party witnessing
- Non-destructive testing (NDT)
- Mechanical testing
- Welding certification packages
- Welding Procedure Qualification Record – WPQR
- Welder Performance Qualification – WPQ
- Weld Standards and Specifications
- Element Welding Engineering and Testing Services
Our team includes Certified Welding Inspectors (CWI), Certified Welding Engineers (CWEng), and industry-dedicated technical staff to assist with projects across sectors and applications.
Element's NDT services comply with a wide variety of industry standards, government contracts, military specifications and unique customer requirements.
Element's mechanical tests show whether a material or part is suitable for its intended mechanical applications.
Learn more about our laboratories - where they are located; the unique capabilities they have and how they can help you solve your technical and commercial challenges.