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MWS-1 and MWS-32 – Motorized Tank/Pipeline Integrity Inspection

The climbing scanner

This type of non-destructive testing is to be carried out on tank or pipe shell, to provide information about the plate/pipe wall thickness and corrosion damage (wall-loss) as well as material defects on both internal and external sides of the plates/pipes.

The MWS-1 inspection tool consists a motorised-scanner with 16-channels detector part and a computer. The motorised scanner is installed on the crawler with magnetic wheels and four wheels drive. The width of these scanners are 112 mm (approximately 4.5 inches). This equipment can climb on the shell of the tank up and down, or move along the pipe, and inspects a 112 mm wide stripe. Corrosion map contains the defects, and values are verified by UT inspectors.

The MWS-32 inspection tool consists a motorised-scanner with 32-channels detector part and a computer. The motorised scanner is installed on the crawler with magnetic wheels and four wheels drive. The width of these scanners are 330 mm (approximately 13 inches). This equipment can climb on the shell of the tank up and down, or move along the pipe, and inspects a 330 mm wide stripe. Corrosion map contains the defects, and values are verified by UT inspectors.

Areas of application:

  • To scan tank shells.
  • To scan aboveground pipes, flowlines.
  • At excavated sections of underground pipelines.
  • Verification of in-line inspection.

The system indicates in real time and provide corrosion maps:

  • Large area thinning caused by general corrosion or erosion.
  • Spotty, scattered pitting type corrosion.
  • Mechanical damage.

Datasheets

MWS-1

 

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