A. Noble & Son Limited (Nobles)

Site

Karratha Laboratory

Accreditation No.

1379

Site No.

1372

Date of Accreditation

27 Mar 1979

Address

Karratha Industrial Estate, Coolawanyah Road
Karratha, WA 6714
Australia

nobles.com.au

Contact

Mr Todd Sarich P: +61 0417227928

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of geometric properties of structures and equipment Equipment modules; Structures and assemblies; Vessels Weight Not applicable

in-house method WT026

0.2 kN to 1000 kN 

Structures and assemblies Proof load Not applicable

in-house methods WT024, WT029

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Evaluation of load generating lifting appliances Cranes; Gantries and monorails; Serial and lever hoists; Winches Proof load Not applicable AS 1418.2,
AS 1418.5,
AS 4991,
in-house method WT004

 Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN

Including tests in the field
Evaluation of load handling, rigging and tensioning systems Bollards; Padeyes Proof load Not applicable in-house methods WT029, WT043 including tests in the field
C-hooks; Cargo barriers/restraint systems; Chain; Chain slings; Couplings; Eye bolts; Ferrules; Fittings; Joining devices; Lifting clutches for concrete elements; Plate clamps and gripping devices; Rigging screws and turnbuckles; Shackles; Sheave blocks; Sockets; Swivels; Thimbles for wire rope Breaking load; Extension; Proof load Not applicable AS 1138,
AS 1666.1,
AS 2076,
AS 2089,
AS 2317.1,
AS 2318,
AS 2319,
AS 2740,
AS 2741,
AS 3585,
AS 3637.2,
AS 3637.5,
AS 3751,
AS 3775.1,
AS 3775.2,
AS 3776,
AS 3777,
AS 3785.7,
AS 4344,
AS 4797,
AS 4991,
Australian Maritime Safety Authority - Marine Order 32 - Cargo Handling Equipment,
Australian Maritime Safety Authority - Marine Order 44 - Safe Containers,
in-house methods WT004 and WT029
Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN
including tests in the field
Chain slings Breaking load; Proof load Not applicable AS 3775.1,
in-house methods WT004 and WT029
Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN
including tests in the field
Containers; Nets (for unloading cargo); Pallets Proof load Not applicable AS 4991, Australian Maritime Safety Authority - Marine Order 44 - Safe Containers, DNVGL-ST-E271, EN 13414.1, in-house method WT029, ISO 10855-3, Woodside Energy Engineering Standard - Lifting Equipment W1000SG8676422

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN

including tests in the field
Fibre rope slings Breaking load; Extension Not applicable

in-house method WT004

Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN 

Girder clamps; Lifting and spreader beams; Trolleys Proof load Not applicable AS 1418.2,
AS 4991,
in-house test method WT004
Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Lifting assemblies Proof load Not applicable

in-house methods WT024 and WT029

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN 

Lifting clutches for concrete elements Proof load Not applicable

AS 3850 clause 2.6

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Synthetic fibre roundslings Breaking load; Proof load Not applicable

AS 4497.1 and in-house method WT004

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN
Synthetic webbing flat slings Breaking load; Proof load Not applicable

AS 1353.1 and in-house method WT004

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN 
Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN
Wire rope Breaking load; Extension; Proof load Not applicable

AS 3569, 

in-house methods WT022 and WT004

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN
including tests in the field
Wire rope slings Breaking load; Extension; Proof load Not applicable

AS 1666.1 and in-house method WT004

Proof load tests: 0.2 kN to 1000 kN
Breaking load tests: 20 kN to 1000 kN
including tests in the field

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