Phone Number

(+234) 80-5709-9966


We have one of the largest pool of AMERICAN BUREAU of SHIPPING (ABS) codedwelders and fitters. All welding are carried out in accordance with AWS D1. 1/D1 M-2010 & ASME Code. We provide services relating to engineering, surveying, scoping and drafting for producing quality/accurate fabrication drawings using good engineering and drafting standards in accordance with applicable specifications, codes, global practices and ASME


Our Weld Test Service utilizes patented technology for a safer, quicker and cheaper way to hydrotest new welds. The CARBER & E.H WACHS proprietary weld testing technology allows a single wed to be isolated and hydrotested without the need to fill the entire line or system.

Single welds are isolated during the hydrotest, significantly reducing the amount of test medium used. Most applications only require ounces of medium to complete a hydrotest.

Our Weld Test Service is fully capable of meeting ASME B31.1/B31.3 standards as well as ASME BPV V & VIII, API 510 & 570. Our weld test technology can hydrotest welds beyond 7000psi

Advantages of the CARBER & E.H WACHS Weld Test Services
  • Perfect for testing tie-in welds on existing piping systems: elements installation of hydro blinds.
  • Can test gasket faces: including newly machined surfaces.
  • No post-hydro dry out phase required: nitrogen can be circulated through the tool to dry moisture.
  • Ability to use test medium that is best for the system (e.g glycol, mineral oil, peanut oil).
  • Can be used simultaneously with CARBER & E.H WACHS isolation tools for lines 8 in (203.2mm) and larger.
  • Virtually no contained energy in the tool during testing due to small amounts of medium.
  • Lightweight system eliminates the need for heavy lifting equipment (i.e 42 in. XS tool is 242lbs. with heaviest component only weighing 83lbs.)

Our technology can eliminate the time and cost associated with many of these operations.

STEP 1: Cold-cut & bevel the line. this saves time and lowers cost by reducing cleaning associated with hot-work and simultaneously cutting and beveling the pipe. Safety is increased through the elimination of hot-work.

STEP 2: Isolate line for hot-work. This step also eliminates extensive cleaning traditionally work. This step also eliminates extensive cleaning traditionally associated with this task. Safety is increased through a constantly monitored 100% positive pressure vapor barrier present during the welding process.

STEP 3: Hydrotest the new level weld. Significant time and cost is saved during this step by avoiding filling the entire system with test medium and reclaiming it after the test is complete.