PITTSBURGH, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jason Wilburn, Vice President of Conco Industrial Services and Vice President of Conco Services, is pleased to report an incredible first quarter 2014 for the Eddy Current Department. The department had a 629% increase in sales from the first quarter 2013 compared to the first quarter 2014. The department added 13 new jobs and increased 6,250 man hours. So far in the first quarter of 2014, the Eddy Current Department executed a total of 16 fossil projects, eight nuclear projects, five industrial projects, and one federal government project.
Jeff Pomarico, NDE Operations Manager and Eddy Current IIIA at Conco Services stated that this successful quarter was a result of the efforts of the hard working Eddy Current team. The team consists of individuals with many years of experience. Conco technicians are certified to CSC-QAP-9.1, which is in accordance with SNT-TC-1A guidelines and CP-189.
Pomarico said that the QA Program also contributed to this success. Denise Meredith, NDE Quality Assurance Manager, ensures that the team meets the highest industry standards and is not willing to compromise quality or integrity. Conco's Quality Assurance Program meets the requirements of 10CFR 50 Appendix B, 10 CFR 21, and ANSI/ASME NQA-1-2008.
In addition, Conco has earned the trust of longtime customers and the team members are self-sufficient once on site. The team members are also able to adapt to new customers easily in order to accommodate their requests and meet their schedule.
Conco's technology-based cleaning and testing services work in concert to provide customers with the best results for reducing or eliminating tube related outages. Knowing which tubes to plug or repair before they fail can save millions of dollars in downtime. Conco offers a comprehensive array of nondestructive testing services, including Eddy Current (ECT), Remote Field Testing (RFT), and borescopic video examination. Using state-of-the-art equipment, our technicians follow stringent guidelines set by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to ensure consistent, repeatable results. They quickly locate defects in a variety of tube materials including carbon steel, stainless, titanium, brass, and many alloys. Conco is an expert on tube fouling and corrosion and brings unparalleled expertise to every job unsurpassed by other testing companies. For more information about Conco's services, please visit http://www.concosystems.com.
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