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Raphaël MICHEL
R & D,
Vallourec, France, Joined Feb 2016, 8

Raphaël MICHEL

R & D,
Vallourec,
France,
Joined Feb 2016
8
14:02 Mar-13-2019
End of pipe inspection by UT

Dear NDT user,

Do you know any UT system dedicated to end of pipe inspection ?
My objectives is to provide Lg/Tr/WT/Lam on the last 200mm with minimum remaining untested end.

Best regards

Raphaël MICHEL

    
 
 
Nick Bublitz
Other, Phased Array Analysist
VeriPhase, USA, Joined May 2010, 123

Nick Bublitz

Other, Phased Array Analysist
VeriPhase,
USA,
Joined May 2010
123
18:11 Mar-13-2019
Re: End of pipe inspection by UT
In Reply to Raphaël MICHEL at 14:02 Mar-13-2019 (Opening).

Raphael,

check the link below. I no longer work for them so best to contact them directly for details.

https://www.olympus-ims.com/en/detecting-defects-in-the-ends-of-pipes-up-to-5-millimeters-0-2-inches-from-the-edge/


    
 
 
Volkan Eritmen
Sales,
Innerspec Technologies, Spain, Joined Jan 2019, 4

Volkan Eritmen

Sales,
Innerspec Technologies,
Spain,
Joined Jan 2019
4
16:23 Mar-18-2019
Re: End of pipe inspection by UT
In Reply to Raphaël MICHEL at 14:02 Mar-13-2019 (Opening).

Dear Raphaël,

Depending on the details of your project we, Innerspec Technologies, might have a solution for inspecting the en of pipes.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to talk about it.

veritmen@innerspec.com

    
 
 
Chris Forryan
Engineering, Ultrasonic NDT systems engineer
Ultrasonic NDT, United Kingdom, Joined Oct 2011, 10

Chris Forryan

Engineering, Ultrasonic NDT systems engineer
Ultrasonic NDT,
United Kingdom,
Joined Oct 2011
10
17:26 May-13-2019
Re: End of pipe inspection by UT
In Reply to Raphaël MICHEL at 14:02 Mar-13-2019 (Opening).

Dear Raphaël,

Unicorn Automation (N.D.T) Ltd will be able to quote you for an automated ultrasonic end tester. I have sent you an email.

Kind Regards,

Chris Forryan
Manager NDT Systems/Projects/Sales
Unicorn Automation (NDT) Ltd
cforryan@unicorn-automation.co.uk
www.unicorn-automation.co.uk

    
 
 

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