Advanced NDT techniques are important . because they supply both increased productivity and the ability to reduce other ancillary costs. such as scaffolding, insulation removal, etc. Advanced NDT techniques help to solve industry problems cost effectively and efficiently. LSI ( large structure inspection ) survey used in lieu of scaffolding and Traditional NDT yielding equipment cost savings through less trade involvement and increased scan speeds.
Oil & Gas industry
Advanced products, systems and services are used extensively in the Oil & Gas industry for a high degree of reliability, which supports improved safety, drives productivity, increases process availability and helps meet regulatory compliance standards. Our advanced technologies and techniques are utilized in Oil & Gas operations on the following critical assets to identify potential damage mechanisms :
Petrochemical and Power plants experience various flaws in their heat exchanges. As a result, Petrochemical and Power need to detect I.D and O.D. pitting, cracking and SCC, induced corrosion, erosion, support wear and cracking at or in the tube sheets, wear/wall loss.
inspection of Assets such as Boilers, Piping, Tanks and Pressure Vessels. Problems identified from these inspections can help prevent unscheduled shutdowns and help trend problems so they can be safely monitored and tracked.
Phased Array Ultrasonic Technology
Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing
Phased Array is the latest advanced Ultrasonic technology that operates by a computer controlled excitation of individual elements in a multi-element transducer. In short, Phased Array generates multiple ultrasonic signals, in nanoseconds, that produce controllable angles, focus depths and/or wide coverage from one inspection point.
It has many advantages including excellent repeatability, increased inspection speeds, more accurate results and the ability inspection speeds, more accurate results and the ability to inspect complex geometries.
interactive analysis of A-scans, B-scans,S-scans, and C-scans for multigroup and multiprobe inspections.
The technology also produces multiple measurements that are synchronized and cursor/ gate associated, making the detection, location and characterization of defects much more reliable and exact than the results obtained with conventional shear wave inspection.
This technology has many applications applications across a variety of industries including: