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The Industrial radiography is similar to the medical radiography. It consists in crossing the piece to be inspected by a beam of X-rays (or gamma), and irradiating a film placed behind the piece. Industrial radiography is used for a variety of applications but is commonly performed using two different sources of radiation, X-Ray and Gamma ray sources. There are many advantages to radiography including: inspection of a wide variety of material types with varying density, ability to inspect assembled components, minimum surface preparation required, sensitivity to changes in thickness corrosion, voids, cracks and material density changes, the ability to detect both surface and subsurface defects and the ability to provide a permanent record of the inspection.
Ultrasonic inspection is a nondestructive method for detecting defects within a material. This method is based on the transmission and reflection of ultrasonic wave type within a material.
Magnetic testing (MT) is a nondestructive method widely used in the field of materials technology. This method allows highlighting discontinuities or cracks open out or close to the surface. This technique works only on ferromagnetic material.
This method allows highlighting discontinuities or cracks open out or close to the surface. This technique works only on ferromagnetic material.
Automated Ultrasonic inspection offers many benefits to our client base and is utilized on capital projects, maintenance inspection, turnaround scheduling/planning and shutdown/turnaround/ outage situations. From high speed erosion/corrosion scanning systems using computer controlled ultrasonic scanners and software designed by our in house software engineers,highly sensitive P-Scan systems for accurate identification, to high speed Time of flight Diffraction, AIM provides the appropriate ultrasonic inspection solution to your site.
PAUT Inspection (Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing) is one of the advanced Ultrasonic testing methods which are famous for its higher probability of detection and precise measurement capability. PAUT Inspection can be used as a direct replacement for radiography testing for piping. This is an advanced method of ultrasonic testing that has applications in medical imaging and industrial non-destructive testing.
AIM INSPECTIONS & CALIBRATION SERVICE use PAUT Inspection for corrosion mapping to estimate thickness at finite points in pressure vessels, pipes, tanks etc. This ultrasonic testing method can also perform scans on complex geometries including painted cylindrical, trapezoidal fuel transport tankers. We also provide butt welds in pipes and pressure vessels and large structures using PAUT.
TOFD Inspection is a highly reliable nondestructive testing method primarily used for finding flaws in welds. Ultrasonic sensors are placed on either side of weld. One sensor sends the ultrasonic beam in the type of longitudinal wave into the weld and the other receives it. When it counters an anomaly diffracted energy is cast in every direction.The flaw is detected accurately by measuring the time of flight of diffracted beams. TOFD Inspection gives helps in determining correct crevice sizes of defects.
TOFD Inspection can be used on its own or with other ND testing methods. The direct and most popular application of TOFD Inspection is in pipeline welding. TOFD is a massively popular testing method tool since it is guaranteed to give you precise and reliable results all the time.TOFD Inspection method has profound applications in oil refining, petroleum industries, offshore and marine industries.
AIM INSPECTIONS & CALIBRATION SERVICE provides the best service in TOFD inspection in a time conservative way. AIM has been researching and innovating in this field for quite some time. Aries marine and Engineering Services has extensive and unparalleled field experience in this area
Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) testing in a testing technique most commonly used for pipeline inspection. MFL testing method can normally be applied as a fast screening technique if small diameter pitting is expected.AIM INSPECTIONS & CALIBRATION SERVICE provides Magnetic Flux Leakage testing for the oil and gas, marine, petrochemical and power industries. MFL is often used for integrity assessment of pipelines and storage tanks, but the principle can be applied to assets in any industrial sector.
AIM INSPECTIONS & CALIBRATION SERVICE committed to ensuring our Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) testing service meet deadlines as we appreciate the importance of maintenance/outage schedules for industries such as petrochemical.By partnering with AIM, you have the reassurance of our in-depth expertise and the confidence that your maintenance/outage schedules will be met. MFL - Magnetic Flux Leakage tube testing instruments and probes are complex and expensive and require highly trained, skilled and experienced technicians.
AIM INSPECTIONS & CALIBRATION SERVICE have highly skilled team to handle this testing method
Eddy Current Testing (ET) is one of several electromagnetic testing methods based on the transmission of an eddy current through the tube material. This NDT technique is mainly used to find defects in steel pipes and tubes.
AIM INSPECTIONS & CALIBRATION SERVICE useEddy Current Testing for finding defects in ferromagnetic components. This technique is best for detection and sizing of corrosion and mechanical damage in the tubes. AIM is capable to perform testing Eddy Current Testing services to power plants, oil and gas refineries, on shore & offshore pipe lines and other industrial facilities.