WELD INSPECTION

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One weld problem is too many.

 

There are thousands of oil storage tanks and millions of miles of pipelines in the US alone that require regular inspection. Welds need to be inspected for cracks, laminations, porosity, and other defects.

 

Oil and gas leaks require taking production off-line, can cause major environmental damage and result in long-lasting public relations nightmares.

A quick, easy, effective fix.

Problems

 

Due to the large areas that must be inspected, the inspection process is very time consuming and tedious.

 

Potential problems are easy to overlook. 

 

Complex inspection techniques involved have created a shortage of qualified technicians.

 

The AcoustoCam™ avoids high cost shutdowns with the ability to perform corrosion inspections during production.

Solutions

 

Our device allows the user to quickly and easily evaluate the large surfaces for cracks and other anomalies in welds.

 

The Acoustocam i700 System allows the user to scan curved pipelines with greater accuracy. 

 

Technicians can generate a comprehensive data and visual representation of the problem.

 

Using the device requires minimal training.  Less training means more inspections

Now you see everything.

 

For the first time, users can immediately see a complete picture of the area being inspected. 

Acoustocam i700

 

  • Real time C-scan imagery

  • A-scan is code compliant

  • Built in trolley mates with 4" pipes and above

  • Up to 6" thick

  • One pipes or other metals from 2 degree C to 90 degree C

A quick, easy, effective fix.

 

Clients

Subsea 7

Subsea 7 is one of the world's leading global contractors in seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services to the offshore industry. With more than 14,000 employees and 2,000 engineers, Subsea 7 is one of the premier subsea engineering firms.

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