AMOSCO Services

Please choose any of the services below for further details:

 

» Engineering Contract Personnel

AMOSCO can provide highly qualified, experienced and well motivated people to work, short term for your company for the duration of a project.

» Industrial Rope Access

Industrial rope access is a proven method of achieving safe work positioning in difficult to access areas. Our Industrial rope access team is currently one of the most well qualified and proficient in Africa.

» Inspection & Maintenance of Tubulars

To prevent costly down hole failures, experience shows that it pays to check the condition of the drill pipe, casing and tubing strings prior to their installation into the well. AMOSCO inspection personnel have been trained and are qualified to locate the defects that cause failures, such as fatigue cracks, corrosion pits, handling damage and manufacturer’s defects.

» Inspection & Non-Destructive Testing

AMOSCO provides a comprehensive range of non destructive testing services for welded structures, pipe lines, tanks and vessels.

» Lifting Equipment Inspection

AMOSCO can inspect and certify whether your lifting equipment is fit for use in accordance with North Sea British Standards, or other International Standards of your choice. We also offer training, instruction and certification for personnel who operate your lifting equipment.

» Machine Shop & Related Services

We offer “API”, “non-API” and welding and fabrication services.

» Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing

Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing is a NDT method used to inspect pipework by employing mechanical stress waves that propagate along elongated structures while being guided by their boundaries, thereby allowing the waves to travel long distances with little loss in energy. AMOSCO has been providing this service to clients in the Middle East for a number of years.

» Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing

AMOSCO’s Techscope NDT Magnetic Flux Leakage detection service utilises state-of-the-art electromagnetic induction (EMI) data processing to obtain 100% flowline tube coverage through the use of hall effect sensors housed within the inspection head. The system is designed to detect transverse and 3-dimensional flaws, corrosion, pitting, mechanical damage, wall loss, erosion, and other anomalies.