Corrosion Mapping with Single-Axis Scanner
Hand-held encoded scanner with manual indexing
Single line scans are frequently stitched together to create corrosion maps. This may happen because a two-axis scanner is unavailable or sufficient space does not exist to properly attach the larger scanner to the asset. Often, this stitching exercise is a cumbersome process that may delay delivery of the final report. The possibility of error is also increased by using an offline stitching process.
Inspection of assets subject to internal corrosion and erosive wall loss such as piping, storage tanks, and other critical assets; requiring mapping and visual display of remaining wall thickness. Hand-held encoded scanner with manual indexing for efficient corrosion inspections.
By utilizing the workflow guided concept of BHGE's Mentor UT, technician set-up time can be minimized--enabling asset owners to consistently receive corrosion maps time and time again.
• Customizable Hand Scanning App on the Mentor UT provides a guided workflow to standardize and reduce time for calibration and set-up of inspection • Touch screen operation for fast and easy interrogation of suspect areas • DM Array probe optimized for pitting corrosion detection - Modular probe design for cost effective replacement • Palm Scanner for consistent coupling pressure during scanning - Manual indexing for large area inspection scans
• Mentor UT Phased Array Flaw Detector - P/N 100N3883 • DM Acoustic Module (5 MHZ x 1.5 mm) - P/N DMARRAY_MOD1 • Probe Cable (3 m; Side Exit) - P/N DMCABLE_3M_RT • Palm Flat Scanner with Encoder - P/N 0600176 • Encoder Adapter for Mentor UT - P/N 0600185