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El-mabruk O. Khalifa
NDT Inspector
Sirte Oil Company, Libya, Joined Jul 2008, 7

El-mabruk O. Khalifa

NDT Inspector
Sirte Oil Company,
Libya,
Joined Jul 2008
7
09:25 Nov-25-2008
UT T-Scan Technique

Good day everybody;
Anybody can tell me:
• about T-Scan Ultrasonic technique.
• Can it be used on piping systems (process piping) in the plants?
• Guidance of manufacturing companies for the machine used for this technique.
• Differendce between T-Scan & D-Scan.
• Any useful informations and web links about T & D scan.

Cheers!!!



 
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Nigel Armstrong
Engineering, - Specialist services
United Kingdom, Joined Oct 2000, 1096

Nigel Armstrong

Engineering, - Specialist services
United Kingdom,
Joined Oct 2000
1096
09:57 Nov-26-2008
Re: UT T-Scan Technique
Marhaba El-Mabruk

T-scan is possibly just another "pet" name for wall thickness monitoring, T = thickness, especially if this is for wall thickness assessment of process pipework. If so then the major ultrasonic inspection companies (and this site) will be able to provide you reams of information on equipment, techniques. Google GE Inspection Technologies, Sonatest for starters.

Mabruk, El-Mabruk

Nigel
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Good day everybody;
: Anybody can tell me:
: • about T-Scan Ultrasonic technique.
: • Can it be used on piping systems (process piping) in the plants?
: • Guidance of manufacturing companies for the machine used for this technique.
: • Differendce between T-Scan & D-Scan.
: • Any useful informations and web links about T & D scan.
: Cheers!!!
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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Manfred Richter
Consultant,
Richter & Tomasi Ltd., Brazil, Joined Jan 2008, 32

Manfred Richter

Consultant,
Richter & Tomasi Ltd.,
Brazil,
Joined Jan 2008
32
01:08 Nov-26-2008
Re: UT T-Scan Technique
Hi,
T scan(Thickness scan) is the corrosion map view, and the use for piping systems depends of the UT system configuration to be used. Try see www.p-scan.com
Regards,
Manfred

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Good day everybody;
: Anybody can tell me:
: • about T-Scan Ultrasonic technique.
: • Can it be used on piping systems (process piping) in the plants?
: • Guidance of manufacturing companies for the machine used for this technique.
: • Differendce between T-Scan & D-Scan.
: • Any useful informations and web links about T & D scan.
: Cheers!!!
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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Steve Prince
Steve Prince
00:26 Nov-26-2008
Re: UT T-Scan Technique
Manfred is correct.

Sonatest also use T-Scan when descibing the corrosion map that their rapidScan software produces.
Refer http://www.sonatest.com/products/multi/rapidscan/Overview.html

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi,
: T scan(Thickness scan) is the corrosion map view, and the use for piping systems depends of the UT system configuration to be used. Try see www.p-scan.com
: Regards,
: Manfred
: : Good day everybody;
: : Anybody can tell me:
: : • about T-Scan Ultrasonic technique.
: : • Can it be used on piping systems (process piping) in the plants?
: : • Guidance of manufacturing companies for the machine used for this technique.
: : • Differendce between T-Scan & D-Scan.
: : • Any useful informations and web links about T & D scan.
: : Cheers!!!
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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