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Inspection Challenges Solved with Pulsed Eddy Current Inspection
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By: Eddyfi Technologies
Source: Eddyfi Technologies
Pulsed Eddy Current (PEC) is well known for its ability to detect and assess corrosion in areas otherwise inaccessible without the costly stripping of protective insulation and weather jacket layers. The technology is used on an ever-increasing number of refineries and chemical plants around the world. Its versatility, good productivity, and ability to perform in-service inspections make it a technology of choice when facing challenges of real-world conditions.

Similar interesting applications exist in the nuclear and power generation industries where PEC can lead to significant cost savings for asset owners. PEC is also the subject of the standard ASME section V, article 21 published in July 2021 which can serve as a basis for inspection procedures in this industry. This article presents five applications where the Lyft® system was field tested and proven to address challenges encountered at power generation plants.

Similar interesting applications exist in the nuclear and power generation industries where PEC can lead to significant cost savings for asset owners. PEC is also the subject of the standard ASME section V, article 21 published in July 2021 which can serve as a basis for inspection procedures in this industry. This article presents five applications where the Lyft® system was field tested and proven to address challenges encountered at power generation plants.

Read the full article at Eddyfi.com.

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