- 18,000 square foot shop – 2-bay shop divided into reception, cutting, preparation/fabrication, and testing zones
- Three overhead cranes, one with a 2 ton capacity, and two with a 5 ton capacity each
- Five gallow cranes, four with a capacity of 1 ton each, and one with a capacity of ¾ ton
- 8 welding stations and 8 fabrication stations
- Up to 30,000 diameter inches of welding per month
- 230,000 square foot yard
- Railway loading/unloading capabilities. Proximity to major highways and port facilities.
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Our operations comply with the QQP-315 Quality Control Manual for the Construction of Pressure Equipment, Parts, Fittings and Pressure Piping. This Manual is regularly updated and meets the requirements of the applicable pressure vessel legislation in Quebec and complies with the following standards: ACNOR B-51, ASME Section VIII DIV. 1, ASME B31.1, B31.3 and B31.5. This Manual is also certified and audited on a regular basis by the Régie du Bâtiment du Québec and the Canadian Welding Bureau.
All of our welding procedures as well as our welders and pipefitters comply with Section VIII and Section IX of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
In order to ensure the effective implementation of our Quality Management Program, our inspection and test plans (ITPs) can be tailored to meet specific client requirements. We have many control methods in place at all stages of the production process. As such, quality is validated with respect to purchasing, reception of materials and fabrication (welder qualification, welding procedures, electrode testing, dimensional inspections, etc.), final inspection, testing (non-destructive, hydrostatic, etc.), instrument calibration and documentation. If required, we welcome third-party client representatives throughout the project.
Particular attention is paid to documentation related to fabrication operations. The collection of documentation, given to the client, contains all the proof of control activities carried out by JYNT. For example, drawings which indicate “Weld Maps” and “Heat Numbers” are intended to ensure the effective tracking of all materials and tests.
It is very important that all JYNT employees continuously strive to improve the quality management system. One of the many ways is to manage non-compliances, which in turn allows us to modify and improve our processes and avoid repeating the same mistakes.
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