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Corrosion is caused by environmental factors as well as the product being stored in the tanks.
Often the external visual appearance of the tank is good and it requires the use of the NDT
methods listed below in order to reveal the true condition of the metal structures.
We use our robust B-Scan crawler to conduct in-service vertical tank shell ultrasonic thickness measurements without the need for scaffolding or other access systems. The crawler can take a stream of UT measurements in a 10mm wide scan every 1mm.
API 653 Specification Vacuum Boxes
API 653 specification Vacuum boxes are used to create a vacuum over suspected defects (like cracks) and over repairs in order to determine if there are any leaks, before reporting the findings.
The vacuum boxes are fitted with calibrated pressure gauges and vacuum relief safety valves.
MFL Corrosion Detection Scanner
A high speed, motorised magnetic flux leakage (MFL) corrosion detection scanner is used to inspect the tank floor. The scanner is can inspect up to 8000 square feet per shift.
Based on the latest magnetic technology it is easy to operate accurate and reliable. This is an important tool for any tank inspection program.