Condition Monitoring

condition monitoring


EIWAA Oil and Gas Services offers condition monitoring services in Saudi Arabia for static and rotating equipment, to ensure the structural integrity and condition assessment. EIWAA Oil and Gas Services offers structural integrity assessment and condition monitoring services in Saudi Arabia by providing thorough examination, NDT Inspection, Thermography Inspection services, Vibration Monitoring and Noise Survey for onshore structures. Predictive Maintenance Inspection Services of Thermographic Survey and Thermal Imaging Services shall be used for Temperature Difference Analysis, Leakage Detection, Insulation Resistance Testing and moisture detection of electrical equipment, electrical panels and switchboards.
For a comfortable and safe working environment in the marine as well as oil gas industry, our Noise Survey and Noise Monitoring services are used for Noise Level Measurement and Noise Mapping services. A crucial aspect of ensuring the reliability and efficiency of static and rotating equipment in power plants and vessels, our Vibration Monitoring Services shall be used for Vibration Analysis and Amplitude analysis.


EIWAA Oil and Gas Services in Saudi Arabia assess the structural integrity by providing Thermographic Surveys, Noise Surveys, Vibration Monitoring and Lux surveys etc. for marine as well as oil gas services.

Thermographic Survey

Thermography Inspection and Thermal Imaging to determine the temperature difference and temperature leakages

Noise Survey

Noise Survey, Noise Monitoring and Noise Analysis of onshore, offshore and oil and gas environments

Vibration Monitoring

Vibration monitoring, Vibration analysis and Vibration survey of static and rotating equipment in Power plants and offshore.

Lux Survey

Light audit and Power audit by light meter by qualified NDT Technicians with major marine classification approvals.


By following these codes and standards in vibration monitoring services; you can ensure that your vibration monitoring program is compliant with industry requirements.

  • ISO 10816: Mechanical vibration of static and rotating machines and equipment – Guidelines for vibration testing and balancing
  • ISO 10819: Mechanical vibration of machines – Guidelines and methods for factory acceptance tests and on-site measurements
  • API 670: Vibration Monitoring Systems and Analysis for Rotating Machineries.
  • IEC 60034-14: Rotating electrical machines and equipment – Part 14: Vibration for evaluation of equipment functional reliability and efficiency
  • ASME PTC 19.1: Measurement Uncertainty for Vibration Analysis of static and rotating equipment
  • API 610, ISO 13709 Vibration Survey of Centrifugal Pumps, Vibration Analysis and Vibration Monitoring
  • API 612, ISO 2570 Vibration Monitoring and Analysis of Turbines, Heat Exchangers and boilers in oil and Gas Industry
  • API 618, ISO 9906 Vibration Analysis, Vibration Survey and Vibration monitoring of Compressors
  • IEEE C50.13, IEC 60034-1: Vibration monitoring of Generators and fixed equipment
  • PTC 19.1, ISO 10816: Vibration monitoring and analysis for all types of Pumps and Motors.
  • API RP 652: Recommended Practice for Vibration Monitoring and analysis of Rotating Equipment at power plant.
  • Vibration Institute’s Recommended Practices: Various guides and recommendations for vibration monitoring and vibration analysis
  • Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology (SMFT) Standards: Various standards and guidelines for condition monitoring of all static, fixed and rotation equipment.

By following these codes and standards of Noise Survey, you can ensure that your environment is friendly, reliable, and compliant with industry regulations.

  • ANSI S12.12: Terminology for Noise Level Measurement, Noise Monitoring and Noise Survey
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95: Occupational Noise Exposures for permissible exposure limits for noise in the oil and gas.
  • ISO 9612: Acoustics – Noise Assessment and Noise monitoring of noise exposure in the Marine and oil gas industry
  • IEC 61260: Acoustics – Noise level monitoring and Noise Survey at Marine   (defines methods for measuring noise levels)
  • ASTM E1380: Standard Testing Method and requirements for Measuring the Noise Level of Static equipment 
  • ASA S1.13: Requirements and methods for Measurement of Sound Pressure Levels by Means of a Sound Level Meter and Noise level meter
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1926.52, ASCE/SEI 8-00 Noise monitoring services at Construction Industrial sectors
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95, ISO 9612 Noise Survey and Nosie Analysis at Manufacturing Industry and oil and gas industry.
  • FAA Advisory Circular 20-6B, MIL-STD-1474D Noise Analysis and Noise monitoring at Aerospace and Aviation industry
  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Guidelines: NIOSH Publication No. 97-117, “Noise Reduction at Worksite for more protective environments 
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines: NIOSH Noise Control and Hearing Loss Prevention Guidelines and Noise control 
  • World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines: WHO Guidelines on Noise survey and Noise analysis

By following these codes and standards, you can ensure that your thermographic survey and thermal imaging are accurate, reliable, and compliant with marine industry regulations.

  • ASTM E608: Standard Practice for Thermographic Inspections of Equipment at construction, building and Oil and gas.
  • ASTM E1423: Standard Practice for Thermographic Testing and Thermographic survey of Electrical Equipment or electrical panel board.
  • IEEE 952-2000: IEEE Standard for Infrared Temperature Measurement and Applications of thermal imaging and thermographic survey
  • ISO 6781: Thermography services for Radiant flux and thermal radiation constants at construction and oil & gas services.
  • ASME PTC 4.3: Thermal Imaging and Thermographic Analysis for Power Plants
  • API 510:Inservice  Inspection of Boilers and Pressure Vessels at power plants and refineries.
  • Infrared Thermal Imaging (ITI): Uses a thermal imaging camera to capture thermal images and thermographic analysis 
  • Radiometric Infrared Thermometry (RIT): Used as an infrared thermometer to measure temperature at building leakages and construction 
  • Active Thermography services: Uses a heat source to stimulate the target area of building leakages.
  • ASTM E608, ASME PCC-1Thermographic survey and Thermal imaging at Nuclear Industry and plants
  • ASME PTC 4.3, API 510   Thermographic survey and Thermal imaging at Power Generation Industry and plants 
  • API 510, ASME PCC-1 Thermographic survey and Thermal imaging at Chemical Processing Industry and plants 
  • USDA Guidelines for Thermographic Inspections and Thermal Imaging in the Food Processing Industry 
  • ASNT SNT-TC-1A, ASNT-CP-105 for Thermographic Inspections and Thermal imaging
  • American Society for Non-destructive Testing (ASNT) Guidelines for Thermographic Inspections and Thermal Imaging
  • IRIA Recommended Practices for Thermographic Inspections Infrared Thermal Imaging Association (IRIA) Guidelines at construction and power plants
  • NFPA 1975, NFPA 850 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Guidelines for Thermographic Inspections and Thermal Imaging.
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