Inspection Technique for Detecting Corrosion under Insulation
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SONOPEC Inspection technique for detecting corrosion under insulation
Did you know it is now possible to have a thorough examination of insulated and corroded components and parts at much lower cost and no loss in production?
In this 30-minute webinar, we will present a cost-effective solution: SONOPEC.
SONOPEC is a non-intrusive electromagnetic technique based on Pulsed Eddy Current (PEC) which allows detection measurement and monitoring of corrosion in low alloyed carbon steel pipes and vessels through their insulations coatings, paints, concrete fire-proofing, marine growth.
The PEC technology does not require direct contact, cleaning or special preparation of the surface of the object to be examined, therefore no costly and unnecessary insulation removal is required to perform the PEC examination with a considerable cost saving for the client.
Business Development Manager PEC Riccardo Scottini will join us to explain more about SONOPEC, and share some key insights based on the deployment track record of the technology. He will present a strong case for energy operators to switch to this technology to ensure integrity and maximise asset value.
Sign up today and see how you can ditch costly and unnecessary insulation removal and save money on your next corrosion inspection and monitoring.
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Since September 2015 Riccardo Scottini is the Business Development Manager PEC for TÜV Rheinalnd Sonovation. He is PEC Technical Authority and he is responsible for, managing, developing, innovating and promoting SONOPEC, the new Pulsed Eddy Current equipment and technology developed for TÜV Rheinland Sonovation.