Corrosion inspection device

  • 30-Sep-2009 03:39 EDT
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The Phasor CV/DM from GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies is a phased array inspection device for corrosion spot identification. The device provides extensive coverage with every scan, and the company claims that even the smallest corrosion pit can be identified, measured, and evaluated. The device software comprehensively displays inspection data, optimizing the potential of the multi-element phased array probe. The probe has 28 adjacent and discrete elements to allow extensive linear coverage, while the software allows the user to select and display thickness measurement in each discrete beam, the minimum thickness in a current view, and the minimum thickness recorded during a current scan since the previous instrument reset. A top-view inspection image can be frozen similar to a conventional C-scan, and an A-scan is provided to confirm the readings in a traditional format. All data captured can be downloaded for subsequent analysis and printing.

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