Quality Control


Over the last 40 years, Propak has developed a fullservice, in-house quality assurance and quality control group which is integral to Propak’s fabrication and construction. Propak’s deep commitment to quality allows our company to engineer, design, construct, repair or alter oil and gas processing plants and equipment with exceptional competence.

With Propak’s diverse range of capabilities, managing quality at all stages is imperative. Quality Assurance, as relating to engineering design, is managed through engineering procedures and specifications including thorough design and document review processes.

Quality Control, as relating to Propak’s fabrication and field construction activities, is managed by Propak’s Quality group. Propak has exceptional quality control personnel in administration, technical support, document control, discipline inspection and weld procedure development.

The whole Propak team understands and supports the quality objectives of the company at every stage of the engineering, manufacturing and construction processes.

Process Control Activities

From file initiation to drawing review, from material control to final shipping inspections, our focus is ensuring the integrity of the product. Propak’s quality inspectors carry out in-process inspections and mapping, verification of documentation, integrity testing and product verification to all applicable codes of construction. With Propak’s integrated engineering and fabrication, the interface is efficiently managed with engineering personnel participating in inspections verifying project and process specific requirements are met.

Verifications, reviews, and documentation may include:
  • Detailed internal procedures, work instructions, inspection test plans, quality plans, project execution plans
  • Design control, drawing control, material control, welding control, pressure testing verification, manufacturing tolerances
  • Discipline inspections for vessel fabrication, piping fabrication assembly, structural steel fabrication and erection, material verifications, mechanical inspections
  • Inspections utilizing direct visual, remote visual (boroscope)
  • Non-destructive inspection methods such as RT, UT (including phased array UT), MT, PT, HT and PMI