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Fullagar focuses on implementing the latest digital technologies:

Remote inspection of surface and subsurface integrity

With the challenges of assuring the integrity of aging infrastructure, minimising the cost of maintenance, and reducing staff exposure to hazardous environments, digital technologies are changing the nature of traditional inspection methods.

Fullagar is working with its clients to develop a range of remote technologies and smart sensors for application in marine, oil & gas, nuclear, renewable and other industrial sectors. Let us know your area of interest.

Monitoring and inspection:

  • Fatigue cracking, stress corrosion cracking
  • Wall thinning detection
  • Hydrogen induced cracking (HIC and SOHIC)
  • Hydrogen Embrittlement
  • Non metallic material delamination, fibre breakage and debonding
  • Corrosion and crack growth monitoring (on pressurised components and storage vessels)

Lloyd's Register and TWI have been working together in this important area for a number of years since launching the industry-first "Guidance Notes for the Certification of Metallic Parts made by Additive Manufacturing". These provide a goal-based framework that manufacturers can follow to achieve certification with LR, and subsequently provide confidence to end users that a specific part manufactured using AM meets the required codes, standards, controls and best practices.

Today the opportunities to improve process control and expand the application of AM are significant across all sectors. How can we help bring your component or structural application to life in a safe, assured and certified manner?

Welding and manufacturing:

  • Support to EB welding, measuring and calibrating powerful electron beams
  • Quality assurance to electron beam processing
  • Fatigue cracking, stress corrosion cracking

Adoption of new digital, data-driven technologies in established manufacturing areas has been challenging. Fullagar supports companies that adapt and adopt new processes by helping them define and understand their digital challenges and then respond to those by delivering innovative, project-based solutions.

For example, Fullagar is investigating how to embed human knowledge and experience into robotic and autonomous welding and joining systems. It is also looking into harnessing the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) by capturing big data and performing data analytics to ultimately create "Intelligent Manufacturing Systems."

The factory of the future is here. How can we help your company get it started?

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