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InServe Mechanical Integrity Group meets customer requirements not only by providing Inspection Services in accordance with applicable codes, standards, and specifications, but also by designing customized solutions for your inspection needs. Our qualified, equipped and engaged experts know that exceptional customer service centers on carefully listening and attending to each individual customer needs. We strive to deliver quality testing and inspections in a timely manner with clear and accurate data.

Remote Visual Inspection

Remotely operated audio/visual devices allow ours and your experts to be in the field instantly and with effect.

Risk-Based Inspection (RBI)

Common sense approach to risk. Let us help you identify your high risk equipment and how to save big on your low risk assets

Bolted Flange Integrity

Our highly trained and specialized bolting Team will help ensure the procedure is followed and identify areas ripe for improvement.

Non-Destructive Testing

InServe is a leading provider of all methods of Traditional and Advanced Non-Destructive Testing

Coating Services

Let the people who inspect coatings be your primary service provider for Sandblasting and coatings.

Storage Tank Inspections

Let our Tank Team help you determine the most economical application of the code to your assets. We can help you maximize safety and minimize unnecessary cost.

“I have personally worked for Inserve several times over the past year. Every time, Inserve has provided the employees including myself with the needed tools and information to make the job run smoothly and effectively. I highly recommend Inserve to provide you top quality inspection work performed in an efficient and timely fashion.”

Brock Bujard

I was in need of having some above ground tanks inspected for our SPCC plan and after days of searching for companies that do the type of inspection I needed. InServe was the company that I choose to complete this job. From beginning to end I was so pleased with them.

Shannon Duncan

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InServe Mechanical Integrity Group has quickly become a top choice across North America for inspection, engineering, and consulting services because we put the customer’s needs first. Read our case studies to learn how we’ve improved safety, protected assets, helped facilities plan for a more successful future, and how we can do the same for you.

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We have a solution. We use state-of-the-art technology and proven screening methodologies to reduce costly craft support. In many cases, we can provide inspection services without the need to take your plant offline and can often complete inspections within hours instead of days. With our unrivaled spectrum of nondestructive testing and examination methods, you can be sure that you’re getting the highest quality, most reliable and most cost-effective inspection services possible. Here at InServe we value our customers, it’s our hope that you will give us the opportunity to serve you and see just how different we are.


Frequently Asked

We’re here to answer your questions about how Intelligent Access Services can benefit your facility. If you don’t see your question answered here, feel free to get in touch.

Why Choose Us

When you choose a full-service inspection, engineering, and consulting company, you have a team of professionals all focused on improving the safety and productivity of your facility.

Why are tank inspections so important?

The inspection interval varies based on the condition of the tank as well as the type of tank you have. For example, the external visual inspection for above ground storage tanks shall be inspected at a minimum every 5 years according to API-653 Section 6. Cleaning and repairs should be addressed based on the findings of the tank inspection. Additional periodic inspections are mandatory but may be performed by a representative or employee of the owner/user. All deficiencies should be reviewed by the certified API 653 or STI SP001 inspector to ensure the equipment is fit for service.

Why are drones used for inspections?
Drone's are used as a tool to reduce exposure to employees of hazardous environments or working conditions. It's a very cost effective means of avoiding costly scaffolding and other craft support. A visual inspection is exactly what it sounds like: a careful, thorough review with the naked eye of every single part of an asset. In many instances, a drone inspection will be a visual inspection, with the drone’s camera acting as the inspector’s eyes. Using a drone, visual data is collected and then reviewed in detail later by the inspector (some review is done on the spot, too, but the thorough inspection after data is collected represents the bulk of the visual inspection work).
What is Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and do I need it?
RBI categorizes or risk ranks your equipment from low to high based on the relation between the probability and consequence of failure. The results of an RBI study are detailed damage mechanism analysis, inspection planning, and overall mechanical integrity program optimization. An effective RBI study will focus your facilities budgetary dollars on the high-risk assets first, often extending inspection intervals of lower-risk assets.
What is Mechanical Integrity (MI) and why do I need it?

Mechanical Integrity (MI) is the management of process equipment such as pressure vessels, storage tanks, pressure relief devices, and piping systems. It is one of fourteen elements of OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) standard. An adequate MI program will guarantee that all equipment is designed and installed per applicable codes, procedures, and specifications. MI also ensures that equipment is installed, operated, inspected, and maintained in a safe, environmentally friendly, and reliable manor.

What is non-destructive testing (NDT/NDE)?
NDE/NDT is the testing or evaluation of a material that does not cause damage during the testing process. Some examples are thickness testing of steel, flaw detection of tubes or rods, weld inspection using ultrasonics or Xray, etc. NDE/NDT is used in a multitude of industries across a large variety of material types. Compared to part/material repair or replacement NDE/NDT can be a very cost-effective way of determining the material mechanical integrity.
What type of Above Ground Storage Tank (AST) do I have? What code to inspect by?
There are many complexities for determining what inspection code governs your tank inspections. Many tanks will have a data plate that give you the code of construction. From there you can determine which inspection code governs tanks built to that code. For instance, tanks built in accordance with API 650 will require an inspection in outlined in API 653. For more information or help in determining your inspection requirements and frequencies, contact our experts today. We are always willing to share our knowledge and help you understand how to manage your assets.
What is corrosion under insulation (CUI)?
Corrosion under insulation (CUI) is exactly what it says it is. It is corrosion that develop underneath insulation under equipment, tanks, and piping. Overtime, insulation gets damaged, worn, or punctured. These areas of damage allow moisture ingress which can cause accelerated corrosion cells to form. On equipment or piping that is coated, this process can be slowed but ultimately failure can still occur. InServe has developed CUI programs that can help you prioritize your CUI inspections and optimize your budget by identifying and focusing on high-risk equipment.
What is the difference between a Vessel and a Tank?
Pressure Vessels are containers which are designed to hold liquids, vapors, or gases at high pressures, usually above 15 psig. Examples of common pressure vessels used in the petroleum refining and chemical processing industries include, but are not limited to, storage tanks, boilers, and heat exchangers. Each individual vessel has its own operating limits built in by design that it has to work under, referred to as its design pressure and design temperature. Operating outside of these limits could damage the equipment and potentially lead to loss of containment or catastrophic failure. A Storage Tank is a container for storage of water, oil, gas and petrochemical products for domestic and industrial uses. Storage tanks are available in many shapes and sizes. They can be vertical, horizontal, underground and portable, and can be made from plastic, steel, fiberglass, stone or concrete. Water tank leakage and corrosion, as well as bacterial growth, are threats to the tank.
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