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Announcing Our API Q1 Certification

We here at GEO PSI are extremely proud to announce that we are now API Spec Q1 certified!

For us here at GEO PSI, our passion is to provide customer satisfaction by manufacturing the most reliable real-time downhole monitoring systems. That’s why everything we do is driven by our motto:

Reliability Job 1TM

This has motivated us to undertake the task of receiving accreditation from some of the top institutes and certification boards in our industry. This is to not only push our standards of manufacturing but also give greater confidence to our clients.

The American Petroleum Institute (API) offers the most respected and applicable accreditations for the oil and gas industry.

API Spec Q1

API Spec Q1 is a company-level certification based on the standard developed and published by the American Petroleum Institute (API) titled “Specification for Quality Management System Requirements for Manufacturing Organizations for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industry”.

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This certification is intended for companies who manufacture equipment or components of equipment used in oil and natural gas production. These certifications are issued exclusively by API.

Some of the requirements and standards set out by API include the following. Companies must submit their quality manual for approval and host an on-site audit conducted by an API official. Companies must have a quality system in place at least four months prior to submitting an application. The quality manual must implement each review and risk-mitigation item outlined in the standard, and the full system must be audited every year to ensure continued conformance to the requirements.

What It Means For Our Customers

Our API Spec Q1 certification offers our customers assurance that they are consistently receiving a quality product.

The API Q1 Quality Management System includes the following standards:

As energy companies’ demand for downhole instrumentation continues to increase, we are proud to be positioned as a quality leader. Even though we have already achieved many other certifications in the past, it took several years of hard work to implement API.

You can view a more thourough list of our certifications below:

Our management and manufacturing team are 100% committed to the process of API Q1 and extremely proud of this achievement.

If you would like to know more about API Q1 or any of the many other certifications we hold we encourage you to contact us.

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