Our tubular inspection service include; loadout inspection and preparation, pre-run inspection, backload inspection and preservation

We have a standard operating procedure for our loadout inspection and preparation processes.This procedure ensures that only defect-free casing and tubing joints are sent to the well or rig site.
These procedures include ;
1.Spread the casing and tubing on the inspection racks
2. Remove the pin and box thread protectors.
3. Drift the casing and tubing(FLD)
4. Clean and inspect the threads and protectors (VTI)
5. Visually inspect the inside and outside body (VBI)
6. Strap and tally casing and tubing
7. Refit clean and dry pin and box protectors
8. Stuff and secure casing and tubing into the transport racks ready for loadout
On getting to the rig, casing and tubing will be spread on the pipe deck for pre-run inspection to check for any transit damage.
This process includes;
1. spread the casing and tubing on pipe deck
2. Remove box and pin protectors
3. carry out the final thread and body inspection VBI and VTI.
4. Final clean the threads and apply running dope.
5. Refit the protectors and lift the tubing/casing one joint at a time to the well center for running.

This is the inspection of pipes either not used on the rig or pulled out of hole to segregate and mark the good ones from the bad ones. Good pipes are then properly preserved and returned to stock while bad ones are quarantined for disposal