When completing a finishing project, you always hope to have high quality. Durable, long-lasting finishes are critical. So how do you know if your project is up to standard? Having an inspection conducted by a NACE inspector is one way to ensure quality control. Whether your project is an industrial coating, equipment painting, or metal finishing project, NACE will be able to inspect your finished project.
What is NACE?
NACE International, The Worldwide Corrosion Authority, was established in 1943. They have a worldwide presence, and their aim is to protect people, assets, and the environment from the adverse effects of corrosion.
What Will a NACE Inspector Do?
A NACE inspector will analyze your finishing project to ensure it’s of the highest quality and that the underlying material won’t corrode. Their job is to verify that your projects aren’t going to cause structural collapse, equipment failure, or dangerous conditions.
Are NACE Inspections Mandatory?
The short answer is “no,” they’re not mandatory, but the benefit they bring to your project makes them essential. If your products have been NACE inspected and approved, then you can be assured of a high-quality product.
Enviro-Tech Coatings has NACE inspectors so you know the job will be done right, and your parts will arrive as promised and with the quality you demand. ETC metal finishing services include glass beads, walnut shells and ceramic media finished surfaces. We provide metal finishing for aluminum, steel, and stainless steel fabrications. We have the capability to meet the standards for food and beverage parts and equipment. Our complete services cover painting, specialty coatings, and metal finishing services to a wide range of industries. We maintain Air Permits and are a fully approved site for blasting and painting. If you would like a bid on a project, please contact us at 989-495-0000 or visit enviro-tech-coatings.com.