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If you’ve read our previous piece on Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI), you’ll know that CUI is a pervasive issue for those in the process industry. Corrosion is linked to roughly 60% of pipe leaks in refineries and plant piping, and can adversely impact your productivity and the safety of those on site.
Since their development in the 1980’s, Internal Rotary Inspection Systems (IRIS) have become a widespread ultrasonic technique that may be applied to ferrous, non-ferrous, and even non-conductive tubes and pipes.
As a leading provider of non-destructive and ultrasonic inspection technologies, Russell NDE has been helping leaders throughout the US and Canada survey pipes and pressure vessels for over 40 years. We specialize in solutions that allow for efficient, reliable inspections with minimal disruption to plant operations.
As we’ve discussed in previous articles, Ultrasonic technology is a reliable method of inspection with a wide variety of applications. In addition to being used for flaw detection, ultrasonic technology can also be used to determine the thickness of metallic pipes, storage tanks, boilers, and vessels (to name a few applications). Learn more about the benefits of this process below.