ALCO recognizes that in a globalized world with ever increasing emphasis on quality, in order to be considered a leader in the industry, a very specific and dedicated approach to quality control and quality assurance is needed.
In order to meet this need and to adhere to our mission, ALCO has developed its in house QA/QC program to meet or exceed all aspects of regulatory and customer requirements. Given the importance of quality of workmanship and the need to meet and exceed customer expectations, QA/QC forms an integral part of ALCO’s bidding process.
When it comes to Quality and Customer Satisfaction, ALCO offers:
A company-wide philosophy of delivering quality excellence.
A commitment to meet or exceed industry standards.
A program that covers all aspects of non destructive examination including (RT, MPI, LPI, UT, PMI and Hardness).
A welding program certified to CSA, CWB, and ASME. This welding program also includes a set of weld procedures written according to the ASME Section IX. This set of weld procedures cover a range of welding capabilities that includes the following processes SAW, SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, and FCAW. ALCO’s weld procedures also cover a wide range of carbon steels, and low and high alloy steels.
A certification to design, fabricate, and designate pressure vessels with the applicable American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) “U2”, “U”, “UM”, and “S” stamps.
A commitment to engineering excellence. ALCO is registered with APEGA (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta).
A capability to adapt to the design, fabrication, and manufacturing requirements of other international standards including, API, ASME, CENELEC, NEMA, CSA, CE Directives, GOST, ANSI, ABSA, ATEX, IEC, NEC, PED, DNV, TEMA, and UL.
A detailed summary of ALCO's Quality Control / Quality Assurance is available on the following link.