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Sam Azoka Onyechi
Director, NDT Practitioner
Inspection and Tests Nigeria Limited, Nigeria, Joined Jul 2004, 17

Sam Azoka Onyechi

Director, NDT Practitioner
Inspection and Tests Nigeria Limited,
Nigeria,
Joined Jul 2004
17
00:33 May-12-2005
Need for EMI Equipment

We have a need for Electro Magnetic Inspection equipment for full body inspection of tubular goods. Can anyone with info on good manufacturers of this and other Tubular inspection equipment pls assist. Many thanks.



 
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Frank Lund
R & D,
United Kingdom, Joined Apr 2005, 222

Frank Lund

R & D,
United Kingdom,
Joined Apr 2005
222
00:51 May-12-2005
Re: Need for EMI Equipment
NEWT International manufactures a range of EMA (Electro-Magnetic Array) equipment for crack detection. I invite you to look at the website www.lizard.co.uk or contact Steve Greenall sgreenall@lizard.co.uk

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: We have a need for Electro Magnetic Inspection equipment for full body inspection of tubular goods. Can anyone with info on good manufacturers of this and other Tubular inspection equipment pls assist. Many thanks.
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Rolf Diederichs
Director,
NDT.net, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 617

Rolf Diederichs

Director,
NDT.net,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
617
02:50 May-12-2005
Re: Need for EMI Equipment
A search in the NDT.net Exhibition delivers 8 results for "EMAT"

1. Acoustic Control Systems Ltd.
2. ECLIPSE SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTS
3. Lucid Software Ltd
4. Matec Instrument Companies, Inc.
5. NORDINKRAFT
6. Q Net Quality Management GmbH
7. R/D Tech
8. RWE Power International

Search link:
www.ndt.net/exhibit/list.php3?orderBy=Exhibitor.name&listType=0&Method=-1&Type=-1&Country=-1&Find=emat&searchmode=AND


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: We have a need for Electro Magnetic Inspection equipment for full body inspection of tubular goods. Can anyone with info on good manufacturers of this and other Tubular inspection equipment pls assist. Many thanks.
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David Steely
David Steely
06:08 Jun-10-2005
Re: Need for EMI Equipment
Dear Sam Azoka Onyechi:

You had posted a request for information on the ndt.net formu. Please refer to our web pages at www.pitcoinc.com for full body EMI pipe inspection equipment. Bob Leslie at bobl@scansystems.com can help you define what you need.

Best Regards

David Steely
Division Manager
Scan Systems Corporation
14424 Interdrive West
Houston, TX 77032 USA

Telephone: (281) 219-9480 x 113
FAX: (281) 219-2317

www.scansystems.com

davids@scansystems.com




 
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