It is our policy at Decundi Inspection Services that we will always strive to obtain and keep the best qualified inspection personnel within the industry to work for Decundi, where these inspection persons are thoroughly versed in the mechanical inspection, coating inspection plus electrical and instrumentation inspection of engineered equipment associated with the Oil and Gas, Chemical and Pulp and Paper Industries. The certifications which our inspection personnel hold are noted to be AWS-CWI, API 510, API 570, API 650, and NACE.
Our company's name Decundi means "Delivering Pleasing Quality" and is derived from an English and a Latin word combined. It is also our policy at Decundi that we will always endeavor to deliver results associated with the inspection of mechanical equipment, inspection of coatings on equipment, plus inspection of electrical & instrumentation equipment, including providing a comprehensive report for these inspections where the end results of these inspections will be pleasing to our clients.
National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
NAICS Code: 541990 | Certificate Number: HS20791
We work hard to deliver services of the highest quality to our clients, for the success of their own projects. Below are some of the many projects we have already assisted in.
Clients / Recent Projects:
|• DCP Midstream Zia II
||• UE Compression
||• Tessenderlo Kerley Services
||• Flowchem FLX
||• E.QU.A S.r.L / ENI - Jangkrik
|• TATA Projects
||• Dow LA 3 Crack More Ethane Project
||• Peerless Manufacturing Company
|• Marathon Petroleum Corporation
||•Sabine Storage & Operations
|•Olin Blue Cube Operations / Dow
Recently, we have inspected a reactor manufactured with carbon steel backer, type 316L stainless steel cladding and a polished internal surface to a finish of 32 AARH. We also inspected the other components of the machine, including its new type 316L stainless steel serpentine coil installation. It also has pancake coils installed in the dish of the bottom 2:1 elliptical head, as well as a 3" diameter half-pipe coil installed on the O.D. of the reactor's bottom head.