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Stephen Bracegirdle
Sales
OIS Engineering Ltd, United Kingdom, Joined Feb 2000, 5

Stephen Bracegirdle

Sales
OIS Engineering Ltd,
United Kingdom,
Joined Feb 2000
5
08:06 Nov-06-2000
Automatic Pipeline Scanner

There seems to be an awful lot of UT being posted, so I thought I'd give radiography a quick mention to change the theme.

Questions / feedback welcome on our digital pipeline weld scanner, designed to attach to standard welding band and buggy. Shown at WCNDT in Rome recently. Radiographs appear on-screen almost instantaneously as the pipe is circumnavigated. Image quality is high, significantly better than true 'real-time' systems (- no noise), resolution 54 micron or even 27 micron. Detector head is simple to clip on/remove, interchangeable with welding heads if required.


    
 
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Rolf Diederichs
Director,
NDT.net, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 605

Rolf Diederichs

Director,
NDT.net,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
605
01:14 Nov-06-2000
Re: Automatic Pipeline Scanner
Dear Stephen,

I remember your exhibition stand in Rome, was it No 47 in the underground level?
How was the exhibition? A lot of visitors found the underground level?
I noticed that some places where not easily to find.

Find attached a photo of your stand and the pipe scanner.
http://www.ndt.net/wshop/ftp/ois.jpg

I am preparing a review of the exhibition for the NDT.net December issue.
I invite you to send your product highlights for the review instead of posting it to the forum.
Of course, your product shown in the NDT.net exhibition would get the largest audience!

Best regards
Rolf

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: There seems to be an awful lot of UT being posted, so I thought I'd give radiography a quick mention to change the theme.

: Questions / feedback welcome on our digital pipeline weld scanner, designed to attach to standard welding band and buggy. Shown at WCNDT in Rome recently. Radiographs appear on-screen almost instantaneously as the pipe is circumnavigated. Image quality is high, significantly better than true 'real-time' systems (- no noise), resolution 54 micron or even 27 micron. Detector head is simple to clip on/remove, interchangeable with welding heads if required.




    
 
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H.SUDAD
H.SUDAD
00:22 Mar-03-2001
Re: Automatic Pipeline Scanner
: DATE : 1/3 /2001 OUR REF: REFI-17 /2001

Dear Sir,
You are invited to submit your commercial and technical quotation for the inquiry below CIF to Jordan ,Amman as soon as possible together with two sets of catalogues and all the conditions(terms of payment, weight,size,delivery,validity and origin.) for the following:

ITEM 1
PIPE SCANNER APPARATUSE CORROSION INSPECTION OF PIPES.

1. Automatic scanner for pipes plates .vessels spheres. QTY 1
2. Automatic scanner for pipes Qty 1
3. Automatic pipe scanner for pipe Diameter (50-225)mm Qty 3
4. P-scan system ( complete) which include
-Software program to be installed for controlling the system.
-The program also used for on/off lina data analysis.
-Industrial PC 500MHZ 120 MD RAM 13 GB.
- P-Scan system post processing software.

ITEM 2
CAMERAPROFILER FOR CORROSION AND NON CONTACT. Qty 1
-Thickness measurement apparatus for thermal
-Insulation pipes without removing their insulation and can use on stream pipes.
Notes for the above items.
Offer should be attached with the two sets of catalogues for the apparatus- Explanation in details for the apparatus and all necessary accessories.
Your prompt reply would be appreciated.

Yours faithfully H.Sudad ABSOLUTE WATER UK LTD TEL: 0044-161-2825682



    
 
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Joseph Pascente
Engineering
Lixi, Inc., USA, Joined Nov 1998, 39

Joseph Pascente

Engineering
Lixi, Inc.,
USA,
Joined Nov 1998
39
02:16 Mar-04-2001
Automatic Pipeline Scanner
March 5, 2001

What is your definition of automatic? The Lixi Profiler will provide the needed data on the pipe systems.


Joe Pascente


    
 
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