Rope Access

NVI employs both SPRAT and IRATA certified Level I, II, and III rope access technicians for projects that would otherwise require scaffolding. They typically conduct ultrasonic, radiographic, magnetic particle, dye penetrant, and visual inspections, but can also use guided wave, phased array, and corrosion mapping technologies.  NVI can also use rope access to conduct NACE-compliant paint and coating inspections.


  • Enhanced Safety: Adherence to rigorous safety standards minimizes risk.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Reduces the need for expensive and bulky access equipment.
  • Flexibility: Enables access to confined or challenging spaces.
  • Minimal Operational Disruption: Quick setup and dismantling mean less downtime for your facilities.
  • Global Standard: Ensures consistent quality and safety worldwide.
  • Highly Trained Technicians: Skilled professionals adept in advanced rope access techniques.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of environments and industries.
  • Reduced Environmental Impact: Less reliance on heavy machinery means a smaller carbon footprint.