FSE’s unique integrated approach in the fiberglass industry gives our customers a leg up on the competition. Our integrated services ensure that all field inspectors and field engineers interact with the home office, creating a seamless, coordinated approach to projects utilizing all aspects of our services.
Once your FRP/GRP project is designed, FSE will make sure it is built to the project specifications. Our quality assurance program will ensure that design requirements are satisfied during fabrication and that an appropriate level of quality is produced throughout fabrication and installation. FSE QA services will include inspections to control some or all the items listed below. During these inspections, significant fabrication issues, such as laminate quality, laminate sequences, and specified glass content will be confirmed:
Inspection results are documented by a report, which also includes recommendations for correction of any problems encountered. Non-compliance issues are brought to the attention of the owner immediately, along with FSE recommendations for remedies.
NCRs are dealt with expediently at the highest levels of our company seven days a week. We recognize the need for rapid resolution of NCRs, and so utilize our unique integrated services approach, which has put FSE in a league of its own in the fiberglass industry.
The owner is ultimately responsible for verification of quality issues. To ensure that design requirements are satisfied in the fabrication process and that an appropriate level of quality is being produced, the owner must employ a quality assurance program. The program is intended to verify that basic project requirements have been met as evidenced by the owner's shop inspection and verification of the fabricator's inspection documentation. FSE can provide this service for the owners.
FSE QA inspections are used to control the quality and specification conformance of shop fabrication, on-site equipment and piping installation, and field repairs. QA inspections can include full-time shop inspections, predetermined fabrication milestone inspections, audits of crating and loading for delivery, and on-site installation or repair inspections.