Ultrasonic Testing Thickness Measurment

Ultrasonic corrosion monitoring is a non-intrusive (non-invasive) technique for mapping material thickness. The technique can be used to identify variations in material thickness due to corrosion or other degradation phenomena, graphically portraying problems such as stress corrosion cracking (SCC) or hydrogen-induced cracking (HIC).

Data can be stored as a digital image for subsequent analysis, and it can also be used as a reference for future inspections, using colour coding to show differences in thickness readings.

EMIS is a trusted partner in corrosion monitoring, offering its own developed and patented methods, techniques, and solutions to every client.

•Direct reading examination method;
•Examination by the method of multiple echoes;
•Mobility given by the fact that it is necessary to perform measurements
accessing only one side of the object examined (pipes, tanks and other objects).
•Measurement performed through the paint layer using D7908 probe with
simultaneous display of material thickness and paint layer.
•Measuring the thickness of the material at components with temperatures up
0 to 500 C in operation using D799 probe.