Lifting Gear Inspection (LEEA)

Lifting gear inspection is a detailed visual and operational inspection whereby individual lifting gear items are examined to ensure their integrity and ongoing safe operation for lifting operations. Lifting gear inspections are performed on a regular basis depending on the standards and specifications of the equipment and its usage. Generally 6 monthly inspection is used as the guideline.

Dexon has the capability to inspect all fixed and loose lifting gear types including:

  • Padeyes, Runway beams, Swing jibs
  • Air winches, tuggers and other similar units
  • Baskets, containers, skips, gas racks and lifting frames
  • All loose lifting tackle (slings, shackles, webbing and so forth)
  • All lifting machines (chain blocks, lever hoists, pulling machines etc)
  • Lifeboat and life raft davit/deployment systems
  • Cranes
  • Forklifts
  • Tubular handling equipment and related items
  • Anchor winches and associated plus towing assemblies
  • Cantilever hold downs and beams

In addition to lifting gear inspections Dexon can perform load test inspections compliant with international standards and codes.

The main NDT inspection techniques used for lifting gear inspections are:

  • Eddy Current Testing
  • UTM
  • Close Visual Inspection
  • Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Load Testing
  • Bolt Testing
  • Others As Required

Dexon Technology is a certified lifting gear inspection company with many years of experience in the field. Strictly working to local and international regulations and inspection standards, Dexon provides the highest quality inspection and verification service for safe and uninterrupted lifting operations.