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07:09 May-04-2009

fiorani

NDT Inspector,
Self Employed,
Brazil,
Joined Apr 2008
18
Inspections in low thickness.

The contractor want´s me to inspect pipeslines that transports steam mostly, with widths down to 4-5 milimeters thick and diameters within 1 - 1,5 and 2 inches.

I have been thinking of use a sub miniature transducer, with high frequency, and specialy do do those very thin tubes.

How should I proceed wheen shoosing the especifications do the project?

Models for the job?

Any light or older post about the same discussion will do.

ps: I am relatively new at inspections, therefore lacks a little experience.

 


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