We’re back exhibiting at Seawork in Southampton this week and present over the 3 days were the Managing Director, General Manager, NDT Manager and one of Ultramag’s young Apprentices’.

Various items of test equipment were on show covering the inspection of composite materials; with plenty of interest in our testing and inspection capabilities and training programs on offer.

Ultramag have signed a new Contract with T.W.I. to host their CSWIP courses and selected Welding Technology and Appreciation courses. Four 2022 training dates have been agreed for the CSWIP 3.0, 3.1, Essentials of Welding Design and An Introduction to Welding Standards for ASME IX and ISO 15614. Ultramag’s new training facility is now up […]

Ultramag has successfully passed our first renewal audit to ISO 14001, which was held remotely. There were no Recommendations.

Having invested time and money towards this Environmental Standard for several years, as a Company we are committed to maintaining the processes and practices necessary to keep the Approval.

This year we will concentrate on the training of personnel and ensure they are all aware of their duties, as well as the Company’s.

Another successful U.K.A.S. audit to ISO 17020, passed in May 2020. Under our U.K.A.S. Accreditation, as an Inspection Body Ultramag carries out Welding Procedure Qualification and Welder Qualification Tests.

For Welder Qualification Tests following welding surveillance, we carry out Fracture, Macro and Bend Testing at our Rushington facility, assuring a quick turnaround.

Ultramag are awaiting a site audit for accreditation to ISO 17025 for it’s mechanical testing services. Having this accreditation will allow a much quicker turn around for mechanical testing results.

The Company has invested heavily in equipment and training to meet the requirements of ISO 17025.