MES offers PIPING SYSTEM INTEGRITY INSPECTION & ANALYSIS.
The first step in understanding corrosion in your piping
system is to determine the root cause. MES
can assist you by providing chemical analysis of your corrosion debris and working fluids.
MES provides on-site engineers and technicians to perform
non-destructive inspection of your piping system. Inspection techniques may include ultrasonic
thickness checks, borescope inspection, pressure checks, or guided wave ultrasonic inspection.
Additionally, MES offers Guided Wave Ultrasound Testing (GWT), one of latest methods in the field of NDT for evaluation of corrosion damage and other defects in elongated structures, such as pipelines and buried anchor rods. The method employs mechanical stress waves that propagate along an elongated structure while guided by its boundaries. This allows the waves to travel a long distance with little loss in energy.
Once we understand the problem, our team of metallurgists, chemists, and material scientist can help you make intelligent decisions on repair or replacement.
Insulated pipe up to 340°C
Road and rail crossings
Inspection of 100% of pipe/rod volume
Rapid identification of corrosion damage in buried or covered structures
Ability to detect corrosion and other defects
Monitoring for corrosion over time
Collect corrosion data at difficult to access areas
ASTM E 2775
Sample Diameter Sizes – 1″ to 40+” diameter
Removal of about 1 meter of insulation
Surface preparation to scrape off loose paint or scale