Invert's robotic solution offers the safest and most accurate inspections in the stainless steel food and beverage inspection market.
We can inspect your storage tanks, spray dryers, cyclones, bag filters, fluid beds and other vessels for cracks and defects.
Risk mitigation through visual inspection
Stainless steel processing equipment degrades and corrodes through normal use. High temperatures and caustic cleaning chemicals create a pattern of thermal cycling that can cause cracks to develop near welds inside the equipment. If left unattended these cracks can:
harbour harmful bacteria such as E.coli and Listeria Monocytogenes
shorten the life cycle of the asset
cause an explosion hazard
Our visual inspection service identifies these cracks and assists you in mitigating risks that arise from them. At its core, the service combines our state of the art robot solution with the experience and expertise of our highly skilled and certified inspectors.
The robots’ manoeuvrability means they can inspect all internal surfaces, including looking into pipework and ducting. They can even complete inspections hanging upside down. This provides you with a safe, fast and repeatable way of ensuring your equipment is free from defects. In doing so we help to minimise production downtime and reduce the possibility of product recalls.
Our staff is fully qualified and certified in a range of NDT methodologies including visual inspections (VT-2). Our proprietary inspection process ensures comprehensive and consistent service delivery every time.
We provide 360-degree diagnostics on both concave and convex surfaces. Our remote robots augment human inspection methods to identify defects as small as 1/16-mm.
Less maintenance downtime
Compared to traditional inspection methods, we pick up and fix defects faster and you can get assets back to work sooner. It takes us approximately eight hours to inspect a spray dryer with an 8-m diameter.
Safer for your people
Robot operators are always outside the vessel during the inspection so there is no need for working at height or for confined space entry permits.
Initial results are available instantaneously – while the inspection is taking place. A full assessment report, including marked defect locations and images, is provided within 72 hours.
Data acquisition using precise location measurements means maintenance is consistent and repeatable year on year.
Sales Manager DACH
Delan Amin is a biologist and industrial manager with many years of experience in sales. He has spent the past 12 years in the food manufacturing industry as Sales Manager (Dry Products). Delan’s role is expanding the service business from initial commercialisation to the market leader in robotic inspection for the DACH region.
Cameron Knight is a mechanical engineer who has spent his career involved with industrial robotics, the majority spent working with remotely operated vehicles in the oil and gas industry. Cameron’s role is to maintain and expand the service business in New Zealand and Asia.
Peter Roberts has over 9 years sales experience in technical products across a variety of industries in Australia and New Zealand. Responsible within Invert Robotics to manage the Australia sales in the food, dairy and beverage sectors.
Gilles Gauderlot is an experienced sales and business development manager with more than 25 years’ experience in technological industries, half of it proposing turn-key solutions to Food and Beverages Industry. At Invert Robotics Gilles is in charge of developing the French and southern European markets.
Joep van Dooren has focused on building new sales businesses and revenue streams in various industrial companies worldwide in the past 20 years. In his current role he is covering Benelux, UK & Ireland and Scandinavia.