At Russell NDE, we proudly manufacture and supply leading NDT products for customers worldwide. Our equipment ranges in capabilities and applications and is continually expanding to include recently developed, new technology. Learn more about one of the many products we are pleased to supply, the Dacon Super Iris (SIRIS) NDT tool. As one of the most accurate methods of inspection available, SIRIS is a valuable asset to add to your NDT Toolbox.
When it comes to ensuring the longevity, efficiency, and safety of commercial boiler systems, regular inspection is key. Failure to identify pitting, erosion, cracks, and other sources of leaks can lead to breakdowns that can cost thousands or millions of dollars for repairs, property damage, loss of service revenue and more. Russell NDE Systems is an industry leading manufacturer of non-destructive inspection technology, and provides several types of examination services for boiler water walls worldwide. Learn more about the importance of regular inspection, as well as our technology and inspection offerings below.
At Russell NDE, we take pride in producing award winning technology that allows for safe, efficient, and industry leading inspection results to be collected. One such device is our Ferroscope 308 RFT/ECT system. As the most sophisticated NDT system for the inspection of tubes, pipes, and plates and the winner of the Frost and Sullivan 2011 Global Remote Field Testing Product Leadership award, this device has made significant strides within the NDT industry. Learn more about it below.
With colder weather upon us, increased humidity, rain and condensation can wreak havoc on insulation and leave your pipes vulnerable to Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI). CUI is one of the most detrimental and pervasive issues in the process industry, and when left undetected can lead to pipe failures, safety issues, as well as costly side effects. Learn more about CUI and how you can catch it early below.
Denting of pipelines is a significant challenge faced by those in the Oil & Gas industry, due to the thin-walled steel commonly used to make the pipe. Handling and construction can often result in dents that leave the pipe vulnerable to costly repairs or pipeline failure if left undetected for a long period of time.