ACFM Subsea Inspection System for the Detection and Sizing of Surface-breaking Cracks
For the last 30 years, technology has been used globally as the method of choice for the detection and sizing of subsea surface-breaking cracks. Recognized and approved by many certification bodies, including DNV, ABS and Loylds, the technique has been used successfully against traditional uncomputerized and more user dependent methods, such as MPI.
As today’s industry is looking to scale the use of auditable NDT methods to all their assets, faster, more flexible, easier to deploy inspections and better reporting capabilities are required. Who else but Eddyfi Technologies to redefine and modernize subsea crack inspection with its new TSC U41™.
The U41 is supported by a global network of calibration and training centres, located in Milton Keynes (UK), Québec (Canada), Houston (USA) and Dubai (UAE).
Modernizing subsea ACFM inspection with U41
The webinar features a demonstration where Dr. Michael Smith shows you how the U41 true subsea inspection system delivers accurate subsea crack detection and sizing, better data quality with new electronics, faster inspection with easier deployment, array probed and reporting.