- Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement
- Ultrasonic Flaw Detection
- Pipe Continuous Scanning
- Magnetic Particle Inspection
- Dye Penetration Testing
Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement
- Class periodical special survey
- Steel renewal assessment
- Owner’s requirements survey
- Life extension survey
- CAP survey
- Close-up inspection (i.e. by rafting)
Ultrasonic Flaw Detection
A technician uses an angle beam probe.
To detect internal such as crack, segregation, slag inclusion, etc.
Pipe Continuous Scanning
A technician uses a high frequency MSEB-4 twin crystal-probe to scan a pipe. Determines the thickness, pitting and erosion or grooving, condition of cargoes, ballast and stripping pipes. It saves cost and time in dismantling and reassembling the pipeline.
Magnetic Particle Inspection
A careful magnetic particle inspection being conducted. Detects presence of cracks, seams, inclusion, segregation, porosity, lack of fusion and similar discontinuities in magnetic materials.