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Pars Saman Toos

 

Technical Inspection, Counseling and Education

General Information

Name of the company: Pars Saman Toos

Established in 2005, registered under number 23878

Number of personal: 4 fixed staff and 15 part-time staff

Technical Division Staff Information:

Civil Engineer: with working background in Gas and Petro-chemistry industry and Piping

Civil Technical Expert: with working background in technical inspection of steel Structures, heavy industrial buildings and power plants

Metallurgy Engineer: with working background in inspection affairs and welding, Quality control

Welding Engineer: with inspection background in refinery, oil and gas industry Installations

Gas Industry Chemical Engineer: with working background in inspection affairs and welding quality control in refinery, gas, oil and petrochemistry installations and water supply lines

Mechanical Engineer (Fluids): with working background in technical
inspection and welding quality control and row materials related to welding industry

Mechanical Engineer (Solid): with working background in technical;
inspection and welding quality control and row materials related to welding industry

Welding export and non-Destructive tests: holder of Level II and Level III Certificate certified by ASNT in RTI- UT- RT-VT-PT and MT tests

Senior export in Project Management: with working background in oil, gas, petrochemistry and water supply lines and industry projects

Industrial Management Export: with working background in industry

Electrical Engineer: with working background in Cathodic Protection

1) Official agency of Industrial Quality Concepts (INDIA-UAE) Company.
2) Holder of official license obtained from Iran National Gas Company in the fields of Non destructive tests (NDT) and interpretation of radiography films

3) Official agency of International Welding Inspection in East of Iran.

4) Holder of license for offering technical and
engineering services obtained from Khorasan Industry and
Mines Organization

5) Holder of educational rank in the field of installations, technical and engineering obtained from State Management and Planning Organization

Memberships

1. AWS. Educational Institute member

2. Iran Non-destructive Tests Society(ASNT)

3. Society of Khorasan Province Non-destructive Tests and Technical Inspection Companies

4. Iran Corrosion Engineering Society

5. Iran Project Management Society

6. Khorasan Technical and Engineering Services Society

7. Iran Chemical Engineering Society

8. Khorasan Engineering System Organization

Board of Directors and Executive Members:

(Managing Director)

 

Mr. Afshin Hakimi Rad

Holder of M.Sc degree in the field of Project

Holder of B.Sc degree in the field of Chemical Engineering (Gas Industry)
Holder of ASNT level II (VT-UT-MT-PT- RT/RTI) Certificates.

• AWS.CWS – ID Number : 598448

 

Senior Members of Technical Counseling

 

1. Mr.S.Baskaran (Advisor, Technical Department & IQC Co. President )

ASNT – Level III ( RT-RTI-UT-PT-MT-ET-VT)

• AWS-SCWI

• API-653 Inspector

• BGAS-CSWIP Painting Inspector

2. Mr. Hamid Rabiee (Technical Department)

• Holder of B.Sc degree in Materials Engineering (Iron and steel production)

• International Welding Engineer (IIW)

• Holder of ASNT Level III (RT,PT,MT,UT) Holder of ASNT level II (VT, UT, MT, PT, RTI, RT)
• IWE

• AWS.CWS – ID Number : 174544
3. Sonil.V. Gophan,

• ASNT level III (UT, MT, PT, RT)

4. A.P.Pathare

• ASNT Level III (UT, MT, VT, RT)

 


 

AWS

Certified Welding Educator Program
The Certified Welding Educator Program (CWE) is geared for the welding professional specifically in the welding education field. This AWS certification confirms your ability, talent and knowledge to specifically direct and perform operations associated with welder training and classroom instruction . The CWI and CWE exams are identical; however the Part C: Code Book portion is not a requirement for the CWE certification. Both certifications (CWI and CWE) may be achieved simultaneously.Please check the appropriate box located on the top-left corner of the CWI/CWE Exam Application whether you applying for one or both certifications. It is mandatory that you also submit the CWE Welding Instructor Credentials form along with the completed CWI/CWE Exam Application.
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CERTIFIED WELDING ENGINEER PROGRAM (CWENG)
A person with the demonstrated education , experience , and knowledge as defined by this information and who successfully passes the required examinations is considered qualified as an AWS Certified Welding Engineer (CWEng). The CWEng is capable of directing those operations associated with weldments and other types of joints that are completed in accordance with the appropriate c ontract documents , codes , and other standards to produce a satisfactory product. The welding engineers activities begins before production or construction welding and continues through the production process then ending when the production process is complete. Each employer is responsible for defining the specific duties of the CWEng in their place of employment.
NOTE: While the AWS CWEng has established excellent credentials , qualification to this specification alone may not legally qualify the engineer to provide technical services to the public . Contract documents , building or jurisdiction laws may require technical services to be performed under the direction and responsibility of others such as a registered Professional Engineer. The AWS CWEng designation DOES NOT imply the status of a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) under the laws of any state or other governmental entity. Education and Experience Requirements for Access to the Examinations Each individual for qualification as an AWS CWEng shall possess one of the following combinations of education and relevant experience to be eligible for the AWS CWEng examination. You must meet one of the conditions below in order to gain entrance to the examination.

1. Individuals with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in engineering and a minimum of one (1) year of related experience.
2. Individuals with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in engineering technology and a minimum of two (2) years of related experience.
3. Individuals with other related Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degrees and a minimum of five (5) years of related experience.
4. Individuals with an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and a minimum of ten (10) years of related experience.
5. Individuals who have successfully competed high school or an equivalent program and a minimum fifteen (15) years of related experience

Certified Welding Fabricator Program (CWF)
An appropriate welding quality system is the foundation of delivering a quality welded product or service. When designed for the welding fabricator’s unique products and suitably committed to paper and practice, the daily manufacturing operations of the welding fabricator are more consistent and traceable when problems arise. It is an increasing trend that customers want to see that a welding quality assurance system is documented and demonstrated. They are concerned that the welding fabricator and that fabricator’s subcontractors are capable of welding products that meet specifications. The core of a welding quality system is a quality manual that will identify the duties and responsibilities of management, supervisors, and welders, and will provide the customer with better information about who is responsible to ensure that the welding meets specifications. Companies of all sizes can benefit substantially through the ystematic improvements encouraged by state-of-the-art quality systems.
AWS-Certified Welding Inspector (CWI)
The Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) certification is widely recognized, both nationally and internationally, in the welding industry.
Successful companies have come to rely on this AWS certification when ensuring the highest level of quality workmanship.
Certified Welding Supervisor Program (CWS)
Is your organization interested in finding ways to increase welding productivity while improving and maintaining acceptable weld quality? Welding Supervisors can make a valuable contribution to the four most important metrics in welding operations: quality, cost, productivity and safety. Yet, the position of welding supervisor is often an overlooked resource. Often the underlying cause of a supervisor’s inability to improve productivity can be traced to inadequate knowledge and the minimal amount of time that a supervisor actually spends with welders. The AWS Certified Welding Supervisor program was created to rectify these conditions by offering welding supervisors and their companies the opportunity to put the welding supervisor in a support position for the welders , making them the most productive and best they can be . This innovative program identifies a body of knowledge all welding supervisors should know and understand in order to increase productivity and improve weld quality.
SENIOR CERTIFIED WELDING INSPECTOR PROGRAM (SCWI)
The After you’ve been a CWI for a minimum of six years, and your career has evolved into supervisory or managerial responsibilities in the field of quality control/quality assurance, you will want to apply for the highest level of certification: a Senior Certified Welding Inspector, or SCWI . SCWIs are in demand by companies looking to have it all-skilled, seasoned welding managers who can do the job and supervise others. The SCWI is an individual who is in a supervisory position and has attained a higher level of experience than a CWI. The successful applicant also has professional education which has provided the opportunity to solve problems with a scope and level of difficulty beyond those experienced as a CWI.

ASNT

Method : Eddy Current (ET)
Course Name :ddy Current Testing – Level II
Level :Level I,II- First must be obtained in level I- after Six month experience should apply for Level II-ET

Duration :(days) 5days

Price : 600,000/-Toman

Course Description :
This course is designed for manufacturers, service organizations, and overhaul agencies, who require their technicians or engineers to be trained in the application of eddy current inspection techniques. This advanced program stresses eddy current test setup and display interpretation based on impedance plane analysis as well as covering numerous applications, using surface probes , inner diameter probes, and encircling coils . The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (History, Comparison with Other Methods)
• Review of Electromagnetic Theory
• Single Channel Impedance Plane Display Instrument Functions
• Multi-Channel Impedance Plane Display Instrument Functions
• Lift-Off Compensation Techniques
• Use of Alarm Gates
• Coils and Impedance Plane Theory/Signal Interpretation
• Applications/Signal Interpretation Laboratory
• Remote Field Eddy Current Testing
• Flux Leakage Testing
• Available User Codes and Standards
• Developing Written Procedures
• Preparing for Personnel Certification Examinations
• Review and Final Course Examination
Prerequisites & Comments :
The Level II courses are advanced programs, intended for persons who have successfully completed Level I training. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.

 

Method : Magnetic Particle (MT)

Course Name : Magnetic Particle Testing – Levels I/II

Level : Level I/II

Duration : (days) 3

Price : 240,000/-

Course Description :
The course is designed for manufacturers, services companies, and overhaul facilities, who require their personnel to be trained in Magnetic Particle Testing , used to locate inherent , processing or service discontinuities in ferrous materials . In addition to covering the theoretical aspects of this method , the course provides demonstrations and practical hands-on laboratory time on both portable and stationary equipment. This course meets SNT-TC-1A and CP-189.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (History, Purposes & Advantages)
• Magnetic Particle Testing Principles
• Magnetic Fields in Various Magnets
• Magnetization Techniques/Procedures
• Selection of Proper Current
• Factors in Selecting the Proper Technique
• Particles andDemagnetization
• Test Equipment and Accessories
• Types and Origin of Discontinuities with MT
• Interpretation of MT Indications
• Controlling Variables
• Reporting/Process Controls
• Practical Lab Sessions
• Review and Final Course Examination

Prerequisites & Comments :
Levels I/II courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
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Method : Penetrant (PT)

Course Name : Penetrant Testing – Levels I/II

Level : Level I/II

Duration : (days) 6 Days

Price : 320,000/Toman

Course Description :
The course is designed for manufacturers, services companies , and overhaul facilities , who require their personnel to be trained in Penetrant Testing, used to locate inherent, processing or service discontinuities in nonporous materials . In addition to covering the theoretical aspects of this method, the course provides demonstrations and practical hands-on laboratory time on both portable and stationary equipment. This course meets SNT-TC-1A and CP-189.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (History, Purpose, Types, Advantages/Limitations)
• Penetrant Testing Principles
• Penetrant Processing
• Penetrant Test Variables
• Penetrant Materials
• Selection of Penetrant Test Techniques/Equipment
• Penetrant Processes/Indications
• Reporting
• Process Demonstration
• Lab Sessions
• Review and Final Course Examination

Prerequisites & Comments :
Levels I/II courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
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Method : Radiographic (RT-RTI)

Course Name : Radiographic Testing – Level I,II

Level : Level I,II

Duration : (days) 9

Price : 390.000/- toman

Course Description :
This course is designed for manufacturers , service organizations and overhaul agencies who require their technicians or engineers to be trained in the application of radiographic techniques. The course covers both X and Gamma Radiography with an approximately equal balance of theory and practical sessions . As well as working through their own supervised practical exercises , students will receive full instruction on darkroom procedures and radiographic interpretation.The Level I course is intended to introduce and provide participants with the theory and applications of radiographic inspection . The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level I certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Structure of Matter
• Radiation/Nuclear Reactions
• Measurement of Radiation Dose
• Radiation Health Problems & Personnel Monitoring
• Radiation Detection and Hazards
• Handling of Controlled Material
• X-Radiation and Gamma Radiation
• Geometry of Image Formation
• Scattered Radiation
• Contrast/Latitude
• Radiographic Screens
• Film Processing
• Image Quality Indicators

Prerequisites & Comments :
Level I courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
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Method : Ultrasonic (UT)

Course Name : Ultrasonic Testing – Level I

Level : Level I-II

Duration : (days) 9

Price : 390,000/- Toman

Course Description :
A comprehensive “first” course for persons with little or no background in ultrasonic testing. Although introductory, this program offers in-depth coverage of ultrasonic theory and instrument operation. Our own training manual, including detailed laboratory exercises, enables clear understanding of technical principles and test procedure. Lab training stresses procedural testing and proper recording of test results. Applications include precision thickness gauging, flaw detection and evaluation, plus troduction
to angle beam and immersion testing. The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level I certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (Advantages and Limitations, Applications Overview)
• Basic Sonic (Velocity, Frequency, Wavelength)
• Generation of Sound
• Transducers
• Wave Mode
• Test Technique Variables
• Ultrasonic Instrument Operation
• Thickness/Distance Measurement
• Flaw Detection and Evaluation
• Introduction to Angle Beam Testing (IIW Block Setup, Flaw Location)
• Introduction to Immersion Testing (Test Setup, Scanning)

Prerequisites & Comments :
Level I courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.

Course Description:
An advanced, laboratory-intensive course for developing practical skills. The course is applications oriented and includes weld inspection, bond inspection, and immersion techniques. Angle beam testing and defect evaluations are covered in detail. The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights:

• Introduction (History, Comparison, Math/Calculator Review)
• Review of Ultrasonic Principles (Equipment, Techniques, Calibration)
• Evaluation of Base-Material Product Forms
• Other Product Forms
• Evaluation of Weldments
• Weld Inspection
• Bonded Structures
• Discontinuity Detection
• Comparison Procedures
• Advanced Thickness Measurement
• Preparing for Employer’s Personnel Qualification Examinations

Prerequisites & Comments :
The Level II courses are advanced programs, intended for persons who have successfully completed Level I training. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
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Method : Visual Testing (VT)

Course Name : Visual Testing – Levels I/II

Level : Levels I/II

Duration : (days) 5

Price : 320,000/- Toman

Course Description :
The course is designed for manufacturers, services companies, and overhaul facilities, who require their personnel to be trained in the application of Visual Testing techniques. As well as covering all the theoretical aspects of this method, the course includes processes of improving visual inspection reliability and the use of a variety of visual equipment. The course satisfies the training hours needed for both Level I and II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (Definition, History, Applications Overview)
• Terminology
• Basic Principles
• Test Equipment
• Applications
• Visual Testing to Specific Procedures
• Visual Perception
• Lighting
• Material Attributes
• Environment and Physiological Factors
• Applicable Codes and Standards
• Acceptance/Rejection Criteria

Prerequisites & Comments :
Levels I/II courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.

NACE

Career Opportunities with CIP Certification

Once individuals successfully complete CIP Levels 1 or 2 by course or exam, or pass the Peer Review, they are eligible to apply for the related certifi cations, listed below. Each certifi cation level allows them to perform more advanced tasks in the field.

NACE Coating Inspector Level 1-Certified

With this level of certification, a person is qualified to undertake basic coating inspection of structural steel using nondestructive techniques and instrumentation under the supervision of a NACE Certified Coating Inspector-Level 3. The person certified at this level has basic knowledge of coating materials and techniques for surface preparation and application on steel substrates.

NACE Coating Inspector Level 2-Certified

With this level of certification, a person is qualified to perform advanced coating inspections using both nondestructive and destructive techniques and instrumentation. The person certified at this level has sufficient knowledge of specialized coating materials and techniques for the surface preparation and application used on a wide variety of substrates. He/she also has ample knowledge in advanced report writing, condition surveys, failure analysis, and refurbishment.

NACE Certified Coating Inspector-Level 3

With this level of certification, a person has demonstrated experience in practical environments to a panel of peers when faced with coatings related scenarios. This individual possesses the knowledge and can perform the tasks of individuals certified at Levels 1 and 2. Furthermore, this certification qualifies a person to supervise individuals who are NACE Coating Inspector

Level 1-Certified and NACE Coating Inspector Level 2-Certified.

 

API

API Individual Certification Programs are designed to promote self-regulation, health and safety , improved inspection capabilities , and improved management control and environmental performance . Certified inspectors are recognized as working professionals who are fully knowledgeable of industry inspection codes , and who are performing their jobs in accordance with those requirements . API programs provide an essential springboard for inspectors to make even more valuable contributions to the safety and quality of industry operations . API’s certification programs also reflect API’s Environmental, Health and Safety Mission and Guiding Principles, which are part of API’s Bylaws.
API’s Inspector Certification Programs are based on industry-developed standards that are recognized and used with confidence worldwide . These standards have also provided a uniform platform that serves as a model for many state and government regulations . These API programs emphasize professional credibility and process integrity . They enable inspectors to play an active role in improving industry health and safety; environmental performance; ensuring compliance and self-regulation; and strengthening management control and internal inspection capabilities.

 

Certificates and Documents

  1. Certificate by National accreditation center of Iran about welding inspection and industrial exam Training (NDT)
  2. Certificate of Technical and professional organizations of Iran about process of Training(Tig-Co2-SMAW-Mig,Mag)
  3. Certificate by National accreditation center of Iran about Technical Inspection of Pressure Vessels and Boilers on ISIRI-ISO/IEC 17020
  4. Certificate by National accreditation center of Iran about Inspection of Electrical Lift based on ISIRI 6303-1
  5. Certificate by National accreditation center of Iran about Welding Inspection and Non-Destructive Testing on (PT, MT,UT,VT) on Industrial and Construction Metallic Structures on ISIRI-ISO/IEC 17020
  6. Certificate by National accreditation center of Iran about Technical Inspection of Gas Tanks (LPG) on ISIRI-ISO/IEC 17020
  7. Certificate by National accreditation center of Iran about Technical Inspection of stations (CNG) on ISIRI-ISO/IEC 17020
  8. Certificate by DAS England about BS OHSAS 18001:2007
  9. Certificate by DAS England about ISO 9001: 2008

 


 

Contact us

Company Address : 2nd floor , No 25/1 , Daneshgah 18 , Daneshgah Ave , Mashhad , IRAN
Tel : +98 – 511- 8536057
Fax : +98 – 511- 8536058
Email : info@parssaman.ir

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