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04:47 Dec-04-2002
Stefan Hartmann
Online-Wallthickness-Monitoring on hot tubes

I am interested in possibilities for permanent monitoring of wallthicknesses with ultrasonics.
A problem is that the carbonsteel-pipes are hot (200°C).


 
00:46 Dec-05-2002
Pim van Andel
Re: Online-Wallthickness-Monitoring on hot tubes We are working on a research programme in which we develop a wireless EMAT sensor for ultrasonic WT measurements.
The EMAT sensor should withstand 200 degrees celcius.
Some more info and preliminary results can be found at:
http://www.zes.nl/ZE_HOIS.html
http://www.zes.nl/ZE_emat_news.html

: I am interested in possibilities for permanent monitoring of wallthicknesses with ultrasonics.
: A problem is that the carbonsteel-pipes are hot (200°C).
.



 
03:18 Dec-05-2002

Leif Jeppesen

R & D
FORCE Technology,
Denmark,
Joined Nov 1998
6
Re: Online-Wallthickness-Monitoring on hot tubes : I am interested in possibilities for permanent monitoring of wallthicknesses with ultrasonics.
: A problem is that the carbonsteel-pipes are hot (200°C).
.
Dear Sir,

FORCE Technology has delivered a system with permanently installed transducers for a German client, The system has been running for the last 2 years.

Please contact me for more information.


Leif Jeppesen


 


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