Reduce the cost and complexity of on-stream buried pipe corrosion monitoring. High sensitivity ultrasonic technology enables non-intrusive pipe wall corrosion and erosion monitoring across a range of applications including buried pipelines, and is an ideal tool for ICDA evaluation and compliance.
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Having solutions that can produce wall thickness readings that are far more frequently than what traditional manual inspection can offer puts decision making capability on par with process change as demand is placed on the asset and leads to improved profitability and enhanced safety. Find out more in our latest blog.
Ionix high-temperature TOFD transducers, with integrated wedges, are suitable for weld inspections at continuous elevated temperatures up to 350 °C. Here, the transducers with integrated wedges are mounted on to a modified EddyFi Lyncs scanner for high-temperature encoding, with high-temperature couplant, connected to
commercially available Mantis UT set, and a carbon steel pipe weld inspected at 200 °C for weld root corrosion.
Ultrasonic time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) is a popular method widely used in petrochemical, energy and other industries for the in-service detection and characterisation of welds defects such as root corrosion, porosity, inclusions, and cracks. This latest application note explores Time-of-flight diffraction on carbon steel welded plate up to 240 °C.
This latest blog explores Ionix high-temperature TOFD transducers, with integrated wedges. Suitable for weld inspections at continuous elevated temperatures up to 350 °C enabling on-stream inspection of critical, hot, assets.
This latest blog explores the monitoring of remaining wall thickness of a blow line whilst in-service at temperatures cycling from ambient to 250 °C at a paper and pulp mill
Ionix UT monitoring solutions can be an excellent option for any inspector who is looking for reliable results within an extreme environment and can help them transition seamlessly between inspection and monitoring activities.
HotSense™ enabled wall thickness monitoring solutions for in-service corrosion and erosion monitoring
Minimise operational risk and maximise productivity with enhanced asset intelligence. A non-invasive, automated and wireless ultrasonic monitoring solution for applications across refining, oil & gas, nuclear and process sectors.