Our 8,000sq. ft. Environmental and Pressure Testing Centre, provides the oil & gas, subsea, oceanographic, material science and energy markets with a safe, reliable, cost-effective facility to carry out critical component testing.

As an independent company, KW Pressure Testing places safety and quality at the heart of everything we do. Working closely with our customers gives us the ability to be flexible and adaptable, whilst offering innovative solutions to individual testing requirements.

We have the capacity to test at pressures of up to 40,000 psi, using some of the most advanced state-of-the-art pressure testing equipment in the world and supported by our highly-experienced team of specialist engineers.

OEM companies, energy producers and product manufacturers can validate the integrity of equipment pre-deployment; reducing operational risk, costs and helping to develop new technologies requiring rigorous design verification.

No need for investment in an in-house testing facility, reducing costs.

Five customisable test cells carry out Hyperbaric, Hydrostatic, Gas and Environmental Pressure Testing alongside a range of specialist services which include PR2 testing and Instrumented Buoyancy Loss or IBL testing.

15 hours ago
Dispatched high-grade stainless steel pressure testing vessel for HPHT application. Pressures exceed 1700 Bar and temperatures between -10°C to 150°C testing subsea technology, simulating harsh deep ocean conditions.
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3 weeks ago
Great new order for a fully automated turnkey hyperbaric testing facility from a major global defence and security component manufacturer. Visit https://t.co/xaBWgJBpkO

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4 weeks ago
It’s essential to feel part of the team…
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