Radley Engineering Ltd is certified in ISO9001:2008 the universally accepted standard in Quality Management Systems. This combined with a dedicated Quality Assurance and Quality Inspection team ensures that we offer the highest standard of Quality throughout our operations.
Ongoing Quality management is achieved through the use of certified materials, material traceability, Quality inspection plans, use of qualified welders and fabricators, recording of welding histories and final inspection and testing.
Pressurised equipment meeting the requirements of the PED are CE marked and approved by an independent notified body.
All materials are purchased from approved vendors only. Our purchasing and procurement department source material from ISO approved sub suppliers only. This ensures the tight control on all materials used within production. Dedicated laydown areas and stores are assigned as per project. Quality inspection plans are agreed with the client to ensure that the testing and inspections carried out during fabrication are sufficient to meet the clients and our own quality standards.
Positive Material Identification (PMI) using the latest technology to give the ultimate in material identification and traceability. PMI not only verifies material test reports but it is an instant and accurate operates PDA for data transfer. Radley Engineering Ltd personnel can carry out site surveys to document and record materials in process systems.
All welding is carried out by qualified welders to the recognised standards including, EN288, EN287, ENISO 15614 Part 1, ASME IX etc. Inspections and NDT (Non Destructive Test) is carried out by CSWIP and PCN qualified operators.
Jason has overall responsibility for ensuring that Radley Engineering’s products and services meets the established standards of quality including reliability, usability and performance. Jason ensures the on-going compliance with quality and industry regulatory requirements and is constantly reviewing the implementation and efficiency of quality and inspections.