NEW API 5B RELEASED!
New Inspection Requirements
During the holidays, API released the Sixteenth edition of the 5B Specification for Threading, Gauging, and Inspection of Casing, Tubing, and Line Pipe Threads. The effective date for the Sixteenth Edition of the 5B Specification is July 1st. The new specification has major changes that you need to be aware of in order to conform and properly maintain your API license.
There are new mandatory attribute inspections like crest diameter, form, addendum, and tooth thickness/groove width. Examples and methods of gauging these attributes are described in Section 5. API also created new dimensions and tolerances for the majority of API licensed connections.
Gagemaker will be offering advice, tools, and information to our customers to help prepare for the new requirements. Currently, you can check out the MRP AIR Crest Diameter Gage. It is the fastest and easiest way to measure crest diameter and ovality, as well as finding your ring and plug standoff.
Be on the lookout for our new MRP 5B mobile app to help you calculate and check your crest diameter, ovality, and standoff. It will be available across Apple, Android, and Windows platforms soon.
See us at OTC 2018!
Can you believe it? The Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, TX is right around the corner.
Stop by Booth # 8453 in the NRG Arena to check out some of our new products, software, mobile apps, and learn more about our the new API 7-2 and API 5B.
April 30 – May 3, 2018
Booth # 8453
We’re ISO/IEC 17025 Certified!
In October, Gagemaker was recognized by A2LA as an accredited laboratory for ISO/IEC 17025:2005.Everyone here at Gagemaker had a part in the certification effort. But it took a lot of hard work and dedication from our quality team to really get this done and we’d like to congratulate them on a job well done. Special thanks to Roger, John, Ted, Hugo, Stephen, Guillermo, and Howard! Great job!
We hope our future certifications are run so smoothly.
Time to Calibrate!
Here We Are Again
The calendar has turned the page again and we at Gagemaker know some of you may not have got in your calibrations by the end of last year.
Regardless of whether you send out your equipment or do it in-house, now is time to plan out your calibrations.