ULTRASONIC THICKNESS MEASUREMENT SURVEY
- Ultrasonic Testing Gauge (UTG) used to inspect the thickness of a coating and uncoated materials. An ultrasonic thickness gauge works by measuring how long it takes for a sound pulse to travel through a material and reflect from in internal surface, this is then displayed on a digital screen.
- Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement (UTM) is a method for determining the extent of corrosion and erosion on the walls of piping, vessel, storage tank, ship hulls, structure steels and other assets. The portability of the testing equipment allows for on-site inspection and results are instant.
- SGEIPL’s inspectors are highly experienced in performing ultrasonic thickness measurements and corrosion evaluations for all industry sectors including oil and gas, power generation, ship building and survey, structural contractors, and foundries.
- These services include techniques performed by highly trained professionals, such as rafting, rope access and drone UTG services.
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