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Ride NDT Testing (part 2) explained

2 March 2019

Non destructive testing (NDT), know in the business as crack testing, is the process of testing for defects without damaging the components. It is a critical part of inspection to check all structural ride parts, i.e. pins, bolts, welds and corrosion. […]

Inflatable Testing by PiPA

9 August 2017

My last post gave an overview of how the ADIPs testing scheme works for amusement devices. However, there is a similar testing scheme for the inflatable play industry called PiPA. Inflatables Slides, Bouncy Castles ect can be tested by ADIPs […]

Ride Testing Explained, part 1.

5 May 2017

This is the first of a series of short blogs I am doing to inform people of the procedures involved in testing Rides and Attractions at Fun Fairs and Amusement Parks. ADIPS: The industry standard ADIPS, is short for Amusement Device […]

The new season kicks off

21 February 2017

Historically, Fairs never used to start until March with the advent of milder Spring weather and the nights drawing out. The exception has always been Kings Lynn Mart Fair, the Charter marking the Valentine’s Day Fair was granted by Henry VIII in 1537. […]

New web site launched

14 June 2016

Welcome to our new web site 🙂 Our old web site has needed replacing for a while. The program used to create it was out of date and so the site had not been updated for a long time. We […]

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