(Tank Bottom Inspection)
the component required to be tested is magnetized to a saturation level at which the presence of a significant local reduction in material thickness causes distortion of the internal magnetic field, allowing flux lines to break at the area of the discontinuity.
The storage of dangerous goods in tanks must be done in safe way. In order to reduce the economical as well as the environmental risks to a minimum, a thorough knowledge of the condition of the tank, and in particular the tank floor, is of outstanding importance. To minimize inspection time we offer you a quick and reliable inspection by combining: (MFL) for tank floor inspection, Hand scan for the inspection of areas with limited access and ultrasonic Testing (UT) for verification of some areas expected to undergo corrosion.
Advantages of MFL over the convention techniques:
- More reliable results as MFL covers the entire area of tank bottom not only random readings as conventional.
- Saving time and cost due to the high inspection rate (Min. productivity is 300 square meter per shift.
- Comprehensive reporting with statistical date, color mapping, patch plate design along with recommendations.