Receiver Registrations & Inspections
Pressure vessels used in the workplace can be potentially dangerous, with the risk of causing property damage, injury and even fatality if not suitably maintained. It is therefore essential to properly install and service receivers, ensuring that all equipment complies with the relevant AS standards and Worksafe WA regulations.
Under Worksafe WA requirements and AS/NZS 3788:2006, registration and routine inspection of pressure vessels is necessary in order to assess safety and to detect any dangerous deterioration.
At NPS, we have a team of technicians fully qualified to perform receiver inspections and registrations in line with Worksafe WA and AS/NZS 3788:2006 guidelines. During a receiver inspection, one of our experienced technicians will conduct a thorough assessment of your air receiver and associated parts, offering solutions that ensure equipment durability of the highest safety.
Receiver Registration (one time only):
- Air receiver inspection
- External condition report
- Vibration, leakage, supports, welds, associated pipe work
- Safety valve calibration/readability
- Pressure gauge calibration/ readability
- Drain valve (operation)
- Isolation valve (operation)
- Receiver mountings
- Location on premises
- Internal condition report