Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Staff of TCR Engineering Perform Satyanarayan Puja

On 19th December 2009, the team members of TCR Engineering Services in India jointly performed the Satyanarayan Puja at the office in Navi Mumbai. This joyous occasion was celebrated with our Chairman, Mr. V.K. Bafna and senior members of TCR Management.TCR-IMG_2533

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The Satyanarayan Puja is a Hindu (Devanāgarī: हिन्दु) religious observance. It is a ritual performed by Hindus before/on any major occasion. The Satyanarayana Puja is usually done on the Purnima day of every month (the day of the full moon) or a Sankranti. It is also done on special occasions and during times of achievements as an offering of gratitude to the Lord.

The puja starts by a prayer to Lord Ganesha, to remove all obstacles that may occur as a result of incorrectly performing the puja. This is done by chanting all the names of Lord Ganesha and offering prasad (a food offering, usually consisting of one of Lord Ganesha's favorite foods - modak, a sugar and coconut mixture, or lhadu) and the showering of flower petals.

Another part of the prayer involves a prayer to the Navagraha's - the nine important celestial beings in the universe. They consist of Surya (the Sun), Chandra (the moon), Angaaraka/Chevaai (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Guru aka Bruhaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Sani (Saturn), Rahu (the head of the Demon snake), and Ketu (the tail of the Demon snake).

The rest of the puja consists of worship to Satyanarayana, an extremely benevolent form of Lord Vishnu. First "panchamritam" is used to clean the place where the deity is placed. After placing the deity in the correct position, Satyanaraya swami is worshipped. Names of Satyanarayana are chanted along with offering of a variety of prasad (including a mixture of milk, honey, ghee/butter, yogurt, sugar) and flower petals.

Another requirement of the puja is that the story of the puja be heard among all those observing and partaking in the pooja. The story involves the origin of the puja, the benefits of it, and the potential mishaps that may occur with the careless performance of the puja.

The prayer concludes with an Aarti, which consists of revolving a small fire-lit-lamp in the vicinity of an image of the Lord. After the puja is over, participants and observers of the pooja are required to ingest in the prasad that was offered and blessed by the Lord.

It is told that Satyanarayan Katha is in REVA volume of Skanda Purana. But this volume is devoted to pilgrimages on the valley of river REVA. In Satyanarayana there is no Reva river. In original Skanda Purana there is nothing like Satyanarayana. Recent Skanda Puranas added it with clear note of its new addition in Skanda.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

V.K. Bafna, MD TCR Engineering and Paresh Haribhakti, MD, TCR Advanced to present a paper at ASM’s Heat Treat Show 2010


The paper to be presented by TCR Engineering Services (www.tcreng.com) will be on the following topic:


Paresh Haribhakti and V K Bafna

TCR Engineering Services ( Bombay, Vadodara, KSA, UAE, Malaysia and USA)


Varieties of heat treatment are done on metallic engineering components to achieve desired mechanical properties and enhanced service life. Improved designs and engineering practices, rising production cost which has compelled industries to opt for high production volumes at a lower cost has propelled the heat treatment industries to reduce rejection and achieve perfection. In this present context a well organized modern in house quality control is a must for any heat treatment shop. Conventional practice of Hardness Test in vogue is often misleading as it does not reflect all the metallurgical parameters that the new design aspects demand more and more. Microstructure Examination, Magnetic Particle, ultrasonic and Dye Penetrant Testing, Mechanical Testing, micro hardness testing are gaining ground besides Dimensions and Hardness Measurements.

Microstructure can draw inferences with regard to metal cleanliness, prior austenite grain size, soaking time, effectiveness of hardening and tempering, solution annealing, precipitation hardening, etc. With radical changes in demands from the design with regard to surface engineering aspects, surface treatment like carburizing, nitriding, induction hardening and others require micro structural interpretation through subject quality control methods.

Normal practice is to place a sample test bar that has undergone same manufacturing process that would be later on used for carrying the prescribed tests to ensure quality after heat treatment. Nevertheless, In-Situ Metallography, On line Ultrasonic and Magnetic Particle Testing are getting more popular. Even more sophisticated tests like residual stress measurement are demanded for certain critical components after heat treatment. Good database created based on the various test results will act as useful guide to solve any problem which may crop up from time to time. Nowadays, heat treatment shop requires hardness testing machine, metallographic facilities, softwares like image analyzer, micro-hardness testers and NDT facilities like UT and MP Testing equipments.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Paresh Haribhakti, MD, TCR Advanced spoke at MICMEP-EAC 2009

Mr. Paresh Haribhakti, MD, TCR Advanced spoke on Root cause Failure Investigation and Remaining life assessment of Reformer tubes at MICMEP-EAC 2009 which was held on Dec 6 at the C C Mehta Auditorium, M S University, Baroda.

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The Failure Analysis Team at TCR is jointly headed by Mr. Virendra Bafna (MD, TCR Engineering) and Mr. Paresh Haribhakti (MD, TCR Advanced Engineering). The TCR Advisory Board is often consulted on failure analysis projects.

Mr. Paresh Haribhakti is a B.E. (Metallurgy) M.E. (Materials Technology) from M.S. University, Vadodara. Mr. Haribhakti has done basic research in study of hydrogen embrittlement of steels and stainless steels. Mr. Haribhakti previously worked as trouble shooting metallurgist for India's largest fertilizers and petrochemicals complex, GSFC Ltd., Vadodara for nearly 10 years. His areas of interest are microstructure degradation of components exposed to high temperature and high pressure. He has working experience of more than 250 failure investigation cases of power plants, fertilizers, chemicals and petrochemicals industries. He has solved materials engineering problems and performed failure analysis on components from petrochemical plants, oil and gas transmission pipelines, offshore structures, ships, pharmaceutical plants, food processing equipment, gas turbine engine components, and weldments. Mr. Haribhakti investigates the available physical evidence, and performs the necessary tests to develop the most probable accident scenario. He simplifies complex engineering theory into easy to understand and useable concepts. He uses simple analogies, every day examples, and laymen terms to explain data and findings so clients, corporate executives, government officials, or attorneys may easily understand engineering concepts.

TCR has completed more than 800 investigation assignments, including 100 major projects on manufacturing or metallurgical failure analysis on ASME boiler and pressure vessels, Aircraft /Aerospace, Gas turbine engine components, Oil and gas transmission pipelines, Food processing equipments, Heat exchangers, Medical supplies, Automotive components, Refineries, Petrochemical plants, Offshore structures, Industrial machinery, Weldments etc.

TCR's failure analysis strength is in evaluating high temperature and high pressure failures. The Failure Analysis Team at TCR Engineering has experience in the materials, failure analysis, metallurgical, welding, quality assurance, and forensic engineering fields and is conducted by engineers holding advanced degrees in metallurgy, and mechanical, civil, chemical, and electrical engineering.

TCR Engineering works with our clients to plan the failure analysis before conducting the investigation. A large amount of time and effort is spent carefully considering the background of failure and studying the general features before the actual investigation begins.

In the course of the various steps listed below preliminary conclusions are often formulated. If the probable fundamental cause of the metallurgical failure becomes evident early on in the examination, the rest of the investigation focuses on confirming the probable cause and eliminating other possibilities. The metallurgical failure analyst compiles the results of preliminary conclusions carefully considering all aspects of the failure including visual examination of a fracture surface, the inspection of a single metallographic specimen, and the history of similar failures.

Procedure to conduct a Failure Analysis
Cause of failure is determined using state-of-the-art analytical and mechanical procedures and often includes simulated service testing. A combination of analysis and physical testing locates problems and provides recommendations for solutions.

Our initial step to perform failure analysis begins with visually studying the failed part and asking detailed questions regarding associated parts, plant environment and operational procedure. A complete evaluation sequence of the failure investigation steps are summarized as under:
•Collection of background data and selection of samples
•On-site evaluation and consulting services and Preliminary examination of the failed part
•Complete metallurgical analysis of failed material
•A thorough examination of the failed part including Macroscopic and Microscopic examination and analysis (electron microscopy may be necessary)
•If necessary tests also include Weld Examination, Case Depth, Decarburization Measurement, Coating/Plating Evaluation, Surface Evaluation and/ or Grain Size Determination
•Chemical analysis (bulk, local, surface corrosion products, deposits or coating and microprobe analysis)
•If necessary Tests to simulate environmental and physical stress that may have played a role in the failure
•Analysis of all the evidence. Formulation of conclusions and writing the report (Including recommendations).

Sunday, November 29, 2009

SIPCHEM sends appreciation letter to TCR Arabia for assistance in Shutdown

Post completion of the SIPCHEM turnaround, TCR Arabia has received an appreciation letter for the services rendered in their first major turnaround in Jul-Aug, 2009. 

TCR supplied 10 Multiskilled Technicians and 7 Inspection Engineers in this project.

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Sunday, November 15, 2009

TCR Arabia is now an agent for Modsonic's range of Ultrasonic Testing Equipment in Saudi Arabia

TCR Arabia (under trade license of GAS Arabian Services) is now the marketing and service agent for Modsonic's range of Ultrasonic Testing Equipment. The product range marketed by TCR Arabia in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia includes various models of Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors,   Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges, Recorder Attachment, Various standard and custom - made probes, Reference / Calibration Blocks, DGS Scales and other allied accessories.


To purchase the Modsonic's EINSTEIN - II DGS, Da Vinci Alpha UT Machines and Edison Ultrasonic thickness gauges in Saudi Arabia, please contact:

TCR Arabia Company Limited,
P.O. Box-3422
# 3 & 4, next to Al Kifah Construction
besides Al-Kadi Tent Factory
near King Abdulaziz Sea Port
Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(T) +966-3-8475784/8475785
(F) +966-3-8475768
(M) +966-504997683
Attention: Syed Ameen Hassan (M) 00966-504997683
email: sales@tcr-arabia.com

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Syed Ameen Hassan, Country Manager of TCR Arabia welcomes H.E. Dr. Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza


TCR Arabia participated in the 5th Middle East Nondestructive Testing Conference & Exhibition 2009 which was held from Nov 8-11 at Gulf Hotel Kingdom of Bahrain.

Mr. Syed Ameen Hassan, Country Manager of TCR Arabia welcomed H.E. Dr. Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza, The Minister of Oil and Gas Affairs & Chairman of the National Oil & Gas Authority (NOGA), Kingdom of Bahrain and gave him a review of the services offered by TCR Arabia in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Also present on this occasion was Mr. Isam A. Al-Bayat, Vice President Engineering Services at Saudi Aramco.

TCR Arabia is an approved company with major clients in KSA like Saudi Aramco (10040677), SABIC (505239), Petrorabigh (100764), Saudi Electricity Company (62006) etc. The services provided by TCR Arabia include the following;

- Automated UT using ToFD (Weld Inspections)

- Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT)

- Positive Material Identification (PMI – using XRF & OES)

- Hardness Testing

- Thickness Gauging

- Eddy Current Testing

- Helium Leak Test

- Conventional NDT Methods (PT, VT, UT, MT)

- Third Party Inspections

- Welder Qualifications

- Mechanical Testing, Chemical Analysis and Corrosion Studies

- SEM and EDAX Analysis

- Failure Analysis

Contact details:

TCR Arabia Company Limited,

P.O. Box-3422

# 3 & 4, next to Al Kifah Construction

besides Al-Kadi Tent Factory

near King Abdulaziz Sea Port

Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

(T) +966-3-8475784/8475785

(F) +966-3-8475768

(M) +966-504997683

Attention: Syed Ameen Hassan (M) 00966-504997683

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

His Royal Highness The Infante Felipe, Prince of Spain meets Mr. and Mrs. V.K. Bafna in Asturias

During a recent business visit to Spain, Mr. V.K. Bafna, Chairman of TCR Group of Companies and Mrs. Neelam Bafna were honored to meet Felipe, Prince of Asturias (baptised as Felipe Juan Pablo Alfonso de Todos los Santos (et omnes sancti) de Borbón y de Grecia; born 30 January 1968, Madrid, Spain), the third child and only son of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía of Spain. As the Prince of Asturias he is the heir apparent to the Spanish throne.

When Felipe becomes King, he will be known as Philip VI of Spain.

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TCR Arabia completes Radiography Level II training in Saudi Arabia for TUV Rheinland, Jeddah

With Mr. S. Patra, Level III of TCR Arabia at the helm, a group of 6 students from TUV Rheinland, Jeddah got themselves trained in Radiography as per ASNT Level II.

TUV Training - RT Level II 

TCR Arabia conducts training classes in NDT Level II in Dammam, Saudi Arabia for UT, DP, MP, RT, ET, and VT. Classes in Metallography, Failure Analysis, RLA and Advanced Metallurgy are also offered.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Metallurgical Testing Services in Saudi Arabia


TCR Arabia Company Limited,
P.O. Box-3422
# 3 & 4, next to Al Kifah Construction
besides Al-Kadi Tent Factory
near King Abdulaziz Sea Port
Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(T) +966-3-8475784/8475785
(F) +966-3-8475768
(M) +966-504997683
Attention: Syed Ameen Hassan (M) 00966-504997683

TCR Engineering performs material testing (physical and chemical analysis) on steel items for the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai – Site of the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final

Founded in 1973, TCR Engineering Services, is an ISO 17025 accredited independent Material Testing Laboratory, Third Party Inspection and Quality Assurance Company located in India. Over 2000+ customers worldwide use TCR´s services to dramatically improve and certify their products, validate material quality, ensure innovation in the marketplace, and to achieve significant competitive advantages. As a result, these companies are bringing the right products to market, at the right time, at the right cost.

TCR has been selected by L&T to undertake complete material testing for the Wankhede Stadium project.

Letter - L&T-Wankhede Stadium Project

A new and improved Wankhede Stadium is being constructed just in time for the 2011 cricet world cup final and the place will now have colourful bucket seats and more facilities for spectators. In March 2011, cricket lovers will throng to the Wankhede to witness the finale. The new structure will have a capacity of 39,000 spectators as compared to the earlier 35,000. The main aim is to give every spectator a clear view of the match, apart from comfort and world-class facilities. It is being designed and built in such a way that everyone can see the ball crossing the boundary line from any corner of the ground. One of the highlights of the stadium is the suspended cantilever roofs. The Teflon fabric roof is lighter in weight and is also heat resistant. There will be no beam support for the roof so the spectators will have a better view. On the roof there will be exhaust fans to suck the hot air from the stands and allow the breeze from the West to flow in. The stadium will have 20 elevators for North and South stands. There will be ramps for physically challenged people. The stadium have good toilets and spacious snack bars and a better drainage system. Water soaking will become much faster because of ejecto pumps. The men piloting the project are confident work will be over well before the December 2010 deadline.

View Some Artist Graphic Images of how The Wankhede Stadium would Look after the Face-lift at Classy Mishmash

Friday, October 30, 2009

TCR’s strong experience in conducting Remaining Life Assessments

Presented below are some of the noteworthy RLA projects undertaken by TCR:

Torrent Power :

  • Remaining Life Assessment and Investigation of Blade failed from root fo LP Rotor stage 4A of E-Station 110MW UNIT

Zuari Industries :

  • Remaining life assessment of steam pipe line and surface cracks.

Alstom Power :

  • RLA study through Insitu-metallography work of critical components of 120MW Turbine at MSEB-KTPS; Koradi

Asha Cellulose :

· Health assessment work on R-1 Reactor at Mech Engineering; Valsad

Vanakbori Thermal Power station :

· RLA Study of various components of Boiler No.- 2

Hindustan Unilever :

  • RLA study of critical components of MP Boiler No.- 1 (G-122) at Kundain Ind.- Hindustan Lever Ltd; Goa
  • RLA study of critical components of Boiler No.- 1 at V.D.L.- Hindustan Lever Ltd; Khed, Chiplun
  • Insitu-metallography work on various components of Boiler No.- 1 (UP – 4702) at Hindustan lever ltd; Orai
  • RLA study of various pressure components of Stein Mullar Boiler No.- MR 6495 at Hindustan lever ltd; Sewri.

Unilever Bangladesh :

  • RLA (Visual, MPI, DP, Metallography, Hardness & Thickness Survey) on critical locations of Package Boiler at Unilever Bangladesh Ltd; Chittagong, Bangladesh

Atul Industries Vapi,Gujarat

  • RLA of Chlorine storage tank
  • RLA Study (Insitu-metallography, MPI & Hardness) on Old Autoclave – G 2101

Alembic Limited, Vadodara,

  • RLA of fermentor

Gujarat FluoroChemicals Limited :

  • Condition Assessment work (V.E, Metallography, U.T, MPI, Hardness & Thickness Survey) on AHF Bullet: V-31B
  • Health assessment work on R-201 Main Reactor CFC plant [Metallography& hardness] at Alfa-laval; Pune

Godrej, Valia, Gujarat:

  • Remaining life assessment of Alcohol synthesis plant.


  • Health Assessment Study of C-0.5Mo Piping in Hydrogen Unit-I Plant.

Siemens Ltd :

  • Remaining Life assessment of turbine.

Jaghadia Copper :

  • Condition assessment of landle furnace

Aarti Industries :

  • RLA of turbine

To Contact TCR, please visit www.tcreng.com

TCR Arabia to participate in the 5th Middle East NDT Conference



TCR Arabia Company Limited

P.O. Box-3422, Dammam-31471, KSA

(T) +966-3-8475784/8475785

(F) +966-3-8475768

(M) +966-504997683

Established in year, 2007, TCR Arabia is now a registered company in Saudi Aramco, SABIC, SWCC, SEC, Petrorabigh and other major organizations in Saudi Arabia. Backed with an experience of more than 35 years of its partner company TCR Engineering of India in carrying out below activities, TCR Arabia has been successful in providing quality and reliable services to its clients in KSA and other middle-east countries.

- Non-Destructive Testing Services (Advanced & Conventional)

- Metallurgical Services

- Inspection Services

- Mechanical Testing Laboratory

TCR Arabia has now started an independent materials testing laboratory providing mechanical testing, chemical analysis, corrosion studies and in-depth failure investigations. The laboratory operations will include start of the art equipments that will allow precise determination of the integrity of a known metallic component or product.

TCR Arabia’s material testing laboratory will undertake tensile testing, bend test, impact test, material hardness evaluation, welding and welder qualification, complete chemical analysis of a given metallurgical component using optical emission spectroscopy, micro and macrostructure examination under advanced inverted metallurgical microscope, ferrite determination, inter-granular corrosion studies as per ASTM E262, Sour gas corrosion studies for HIC and SSCC as per NACE TM 0177 and TM 0284. TCR Arabia will also have its in-house machine shop equipped with lathe, milling, drilling and shaping machines to quickly prepare sample specimens for tests as per the desired specification.

The laboratory will work in accordance with ASTM, ASME, API, NACE and Saudi Aramco specifications. A complete NDT services division will compliment the material testing laboratory. More details on TCR Arabia and its activities can be seen at www.tcr-arabia.com

Monday, September 21, 2009

EID Special Reports

Arabianoilandgas.com have the following special reports published on the occasion of EID. It makes for interesting reading:

Oil industry giants: Saudi Aramco

First in a series of company profiles looks at the world's biggest NOC

Oil Industry Giants: ADNOC

The second in our series of profiles looks at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company

Top 10 MENA Region mega projects

Essential list of the big projects your company should be involved in

World's 10 largest oil and gas contractors

The biggest contractors working in the oil and gas industry today

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

TCR Arabia – Moves to a larger newer office

This is to bring to your notice that TCR Arabia has now shifted its Head Office to a new facility in Dammam, near King Abdulaziz Sea Port (besides Al-Kadi Tent Factory).  Our new facility is equipped with Mechanical Testing Laboratory, Metallurgical Laboratory, In-House NDT Services, Training Center etc..

Do make a note of our new telephone numbers and fax numbers.

(T) 00966 3 8475785

(T) 00966 3 8475784

(T) 00966 3 8475014

(F) 00966 3 8475768

In view of offering advanced and timely services to our valued clients from our scope, we have now shifted to a bigger facility and included the above mentioned services.

Eid Holidays

We are pleased to inform you that our TCR Arabia Office (Dammam) will be closed during EID Holidays from Saturday 18th September 2009 to Thursday 24th September 2009 and will be resume on Saturday 26th September 2009.

“In the auspicious occasion of Eid, we are warmly wishing you all a very happy & a prosperous Eid Mubarak”

Saturday, September 05, 2009

TCR Arabia participation at the Abdullah Cup Tournament 2009

TCR Arabia is a silver sponsor for Abdullah Al Dabal Indoor Football Tournament.

This tournament is organized once a year during Ramadan under the supervision of HRH Prince Turki Bin Mohammad, the Son of Eastern Province Governor, with respect to the late Mr. Abdullah Al Dabal, who started his career as President of this team.


Shown on above photo is the awarding ceremony presided by HRH Prince Turki Bin Mohammad, the Son of Eastern Province Governor (R) along with GAS Arabian Services President Mr. Abdulrahman K. Al Dabal (M) and Mr. Aref K. Al Dabal, MD of TCR Arabia who received the award on behalf of TCR Arabia.


Wednesday, September 02, 2009

TCR Arabia is a silver sponsor of the Abdullah Al Dabal Indoor Football Tournament in Saudi Arabia

TCR Arabia is a sponsor for Abdullah Al Dabal Indoor Football Tournament.

This tournament is organized once a year during Ramadan under the supervision of HRH Prince Turki Bin Mohammad, the Son of Eastern Province Governor, with respect to the late Mr. Abdullah Al Dabal, who started his career as President of this team.

Last year, a Group of Executives of Asian Football Confederation (AFC) visited the tournament here in KSA, headed by Mr. Jungi Oguro Vice President, Japan Football Associations. Mr. Oguro has been always working closely with the late Mr. Abdullah Al Dabal in Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and Federation of International Football Association (FIFA).

For more info, please visit the website at www.abdullah-aldabal.com.


TCR Arabia to participate in the 5th MENDT Exhibition in Bahrain in November

TCR Arabia continues to promote its brand and will be displaying its service offering at the 5th MENDT Exhibition in Bahrain in November 2009. The conference cum exhibition is from November 8-11 at the Gulf Pearl Hotel.

TCR has taken stall #E15.


We would like to introduce ourselves as a the NDT & Inspection Services company providing wide range of services in this line.  Our services include the following;

- Automated UT using ToFD (Weld Inspections)

- Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT)

- Positive Material Identification (PMI – using XRF & OES)

- Hardness Testing

- Thickness Gauging

- Eddy Current Testing

- Helium Leak Test

- Conventional NDT Methods (PT, VT, UT, MT)

- Third Party Inspections

- Welder Qualifications

TCR Arabia is a joint venture firm between TCR Engineering of India and GAS Arabian Services of Saudi Arabia.  TCR Engineering has been in this field for more than 35 years and we are backed by their professional and technical experience in all stages of every single project that is carried out in KSA by utilizing state of art equipment and experienced personnel from TCR Engineering.  Introduction of advanced inspection services and training our staff to be competent has been our major objective and we have been successful in meeting our objective.

It gives us pleasure to inform you that since the inception of our NDT Division, we have been successful in executing major projects for clients like Saudi Aramco, SABIC, SWCC, Petrorabigh, Saudi Electricity Company, King Abdulaziz International Airport, Saipem, Tekfen etc..

TCR Arabia is an approved company with major clients in KSA like Saudi Aramco (10040677), SABIC (505239), Petrorabigh (100764), Saudi Electricity Company (62006) etc..  We have also submitted our prequalification binder to SATORP office in Al-Khobar and hope to get approved soon.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Welding Consultancy, Welders Training & Qualification

TCR Engineering Services in Mumbai undertakes the following activities:

Setting of parameter to achieve Quality Welds in all the welding processes

Monitor of Welding processes on the shop floor and guide the welders, Operator’s to achieve better Productivity and Quality in Fabrication.

Modernization of existing process wherever applicably

To train & educate the welders, operators & Engineers to get defect free weld in long run.

To train Production and inspection Engineers in Quality control for better monitoring on the shop floor.

Preparation of Welding Procedure Specification (WPS), Procedure Qualification Record (PQR) & Welder Qualification (WQ).            

Any other requirement relevant to fabrication and Quality control.

TCR Arabia buys a new Van

TCR Arabia has now added to its fleet a 15 seater van to enable transportation of manpower to various project sites in Jubail. Attached are the photographs of our new van.

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