Bureau Veritas Asset Integrity and Reliability Services Pty Limited

Site

Newcastle Branch

Accreditation No.

1267

Site No.

1853

Date of Accreditation

20 Aug 1984

Address

99 Mitchell Road
Cardiff, NSW 2285
Australia

bureauveritas.com.au

Contact

Mr Bruce Murray P: +61 (02) 49024800

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 mechanical performance of pressure plant, pipelines and equipment Hose and hose assemblies; Metallic storage vessels; Piping; Pressure fittings; Pressure vessels Hydrostatic pressure Not applicable AS 4037 Section 17, In-house procedures P-3000-HY-0007, P-3000-ME-010 100 kPa to 50 MPa

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Material performance evaluation of metal products Prepared metallic test specimens Proof load; Tensile properties Tensile tests with control of strain rate, including yield stress and proof stress

AS 1391, ASTM A 370, ASTM E 8M, GB/T 228,  ISO 6892-1, JIS Z 2241

Prepared metallic test specimens; Welded test specimens Bending properties Not applicable AS/NZS 2205.3.1, ASME IX QW-160, ASTM E 190, AWS D1.1, ISO 9606-1, ISO 9606-2, ISO 15614-1
Hardness Vickers

AS 1815.1, ASTM A 370, ASTM E 18

Shear strength All-weld-metal tensile; Not applicable

In-house procedure P-3000-ME-0073 

Impact resistance Charpy V-notch - Impact value

 AS 1544.2, ASTM A 370, ASTM E23, GB/T 229, ISO 148-1

Hardness Rockwell - Scale B; Rockwell - Scale C

AS 1815.1, ASTM A 370, ASTM E 18

Hardness Brinell

AS 1816.1, ASTM A 370, ASTM E 10

Reinforcing bar and steel prestressing materials for concrete Bending properties; Geometric properties; Mass per unit length Longitudinal guided bend; Mass per unit length; Rib geometry

AS/NZS 4671 clause 7.2.3, AS/NZS 4671 Appendix C3.1, AS/NZS 4671 Appendix C 3.3

Proof load; Tensile properties Longitudinal tensile; Uniform elongation (Agt)

AS/NZS 4671 Appendix C2

Threaded fasteners, bolts and nuts Charpy impact toughness; Hardness; Impact resistance; Shear strength; Tensile properties All-weld-metal tensile; Brinell; Rockwell - Scale B; Rockwell - Scale C; Vickers

 AS 1815.1, AS 1816.1, AS 1817.1, AS 4291.1, AS/NZS 1559, AS/NZS 4291.2, SAE J429, SAE J995

Breaking load; Proof load Not applicable

AS 1112.1,.2,.3 and .4,  AS 4291.1, AS/NZS 1559 clause 2.4, AS/NZS 4291.2, SAE J429, SAE J995

Tubing/piping Flaring ductility; Flattening properties Not applicable

ASTM A370 Clause A2.5, ASTM A1016

Welded test specimens Fracture test Macroscopic examination; Visual examination

AS/NZS 2205.4.1, ASME IX QW-180,QW-182, AWS D1.1, ISO 9606-1, ISO 9606-2

Wire, wire strands and coated wire products Tensile properties Longitudinal tensile

AS 1391, ASTM A370

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Materials

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Metallic corrosion evaluation Plating Coating thickness Microscopic examination

 AS 2331.1.1

Metallographic evaluation of metals and alloys Aluminium and aluminium alloys; Austenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloys; Copper and copper alloys; Ferrous materials; Magnesium alloys; Nickel and nickel alloys; Titanium and titanium alloys Grain size Microscopic examination

AS 1733, ASTM E112

Case depth and depth of decarburisation; Depth of surface defects; Graphite type and distribution in cast irons; Macroscopic examination; Phase identification and proportion Hardness traverse; Macroscopic examination; Microhardness; Microscopic examination

AS 1831, AS 1982, AS 2003, AS 2028, AS 5049, ASTM E 562, in-house procedure P-3000-MI-0003

Aluminium and aluminium alloys; Austenitic, duplex and nickel-chromium alloys; Ferrous materials; Magnesium alloys; Nickel and nickel alloys; Titanium and titanium alloys Macroscopic examination Macroscopic examination

AS/NZS 2205.5.1, ASME IX QW-180, QW-183, QW-184, QW-193.1.3, QW-196, AWS D1.1, ISO 9606-1, ISO 9606-2, ISO 15614-2

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