Harkand Signs Three Year ACFM Agreement with TSC

TSC Inspection Systems and Aberdeen based Harkand signed a three year frame agreement covering the supply of subsea diver deployed ACFM® Products and Technical Support, ACFM® Operators and ACFM® Operator Competency training.

We are extremely delighted to be moving forward with our partnership with Harkand ISS,” explained Paul Watkins, TSC’s Business Development Director, “This agreement is significant in the developing relationship between both companies and ensures, that together, Harkand and TSC will continue to provide high quality ACFM® services and solutions to the market, an approach we are both committed to fulfilling over the next few years.”

Andrew Inglis, Harkand’s Inspection Manager said: “Having this Frame Agreement in place with TSC not only adds value to the Harkand business, but also benefits all of our clients. The ability to call on specialist technical support as well as the provision of fully certified personnel, and calibrated equipment affords us an advantage in this competitive marketplace. Harkand are looking forward to developing this relationship with TSC, to continue to provide innovative solutions and help drive cost efficiency for all our customer’s requirements.”

ACFM® is an electromagnetic inspection technique for detecting surface breaking cracks in welded structures. TSC manufactures ACFM® systems for subsea and above surface applications.

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