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01:22 Aug-16-1999
Roderic K Stanley
COATING THICKNESS MEASUREMENT INSIDE COILED TUBING.N

We make carbon steel coiled tubing. Someone has sated he can coat it internally with a plastic layer 0.020 in thick. Does anyone have a device that can run 10,000 ft through coiled tubing on a spool and determine the coating thickness. It ought to be possible with eddy current stand-off sensors mounted in a 'pig" , with a lot of electronics to store the data.

Roderic K Stanley

Sr Research Scientist.


 
00:16 Aug-20-1999

Leon Vandervalk

R & D
DeFelsko Corporation,
USA,
Joined Oct 1999
3
Re: COATING THICKNESS MEASUREMENT INSIDE COILED TUBING.N We make handheld battery operated coating thickness gages that could easly be mounted on a pig. On board memory could easily support 10,000+ readings.


 
00:23 Aug-20-1999

Leon Vandervalk

R & D
DeFelsko Corporation,
USA,
Joined Oct 1999
3
Re: COATING THICKNESS MEASUREMENT INSIDE COILED TUBING.N We make handheld battery operated coating thickness gages that could easily be mounted on a pig. On board memory could easily support 10,000+ readings.


 
07:53 Sep-07-1999

Richard D. Roberts

Engineering, Executive Managment
Quest Integrity Group,
USA,
Joined Nov 1998
78
Re: COATING THICKNESS MEASUREMENT INSIDE COILED TUBING.N Dear Mr. Roderic K Stanley,

QUEST Integrated, Inc. manafactures several types of Tube ID Inspection systems. One remote pigging system inparticular utilizes both ultasonics and laser. I think it is much too large for your tubing. Can you provide more detailed specifications on the tubing (ie Diameter, Thickness, Material, etc.)?

Regards,
Richard D. Roberts
QUEST Integrated, Inc.



 


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