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Coating Inspection Resources

Simplify Data Collection and Information Distribution for Complex Coating Inspection Tasks

Managed solutions for all areas of protective coatings work using cost effective applications to simplify documentation,

  • Schedule Management
  • Task Management
  • Tracking Logs
  • Production Reports
  • Project Documentation

Standardized documentation for quality control and asset management

All aspects of documenting inspections, observations, and supportive tasks can be adapted to the clients preferred process. A wide array of options is available for custom project data ranging from simple checklists and forms for personal device use, and commercial products such as Microsoft® Office applications for documentation and tracking on local and private networks, to online implementation of project resources and integration with existing management systems. Simple, effective data acquisition and monitoring will reduce the cost and increase the quality of inspection tasks and record keeping.

Inspection Checklist

General collection of all inspection tasks created from industry standards: ASTM D3276-15e1 Standard Guide for Painting Inspectors (Metal Substrates), ASTM D6237-09(2015) Standard Guide for Painting

Daily Report Sample

Sample daily report created using a Microsoft® Access database. Inspection data is easily entered using custom forms, and reports can be formatted to meet any

Coating Survey Checklist

Created from multiple industry sources: ASTM D610-08(2012) Standard Practice for Evaluating Degree of Rusting on Painted Steel Surfaces, ASTM D5065-13 Standard Guide for Assessing the

Specification Checklist

Comprehensive list of elements created from: NACE 80200/SSPC-TR 4, Preparation of Protective Coating Specifications for Atmospheric Service SSPC Checklist of Items Commonly Found in Specifications

Summary Report

Basic periodic summary of work for scheduling and progress monitoring. Can be used as a weekly activity log and tacking tool.

Standardized data elements will facilitate integration with database management systems which simplifies documenting and sharing important information. Having the capability to easily collect, store and analyze large amounts of project data will benefit all stake holders for,

  • Schedule Management
  • Task Management
  • Tracking Logs
  • Production Reports
  • Project Documentation

Import data to Microsoft® Excel for checklists, tracking logs, progress schedules, punch lists

Data management using Microsoft® Access for total project support and systems integration

  • Daily Reports
  • Periodical Reports
  • Inspection Checklists
  • Reference Standards Checklists
  • Product Data Sheet Checklists

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