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Robert Anderson
Robert Anderson
06:23 Sep-16-2004
LFET - Low Frequency Electromagnetic technique

I would like to talk with someone who has experience with LFET used to inspect large diameter carbon steel pipe ( 20 - 30" ). The purpose of the inspection is to identify corrossion/errosion of the pipe wall. The pipe is used to transport a brine solution high in salts and other corrosive elements. The pipeline operates at 450 degrees F, 300psi. LFET is being used as the second stage of a three stage inspection program.




    
 
 
Panatest
Panatest
00:57 Jun-30-2005
Re: LFET - Low Frequency Electromagnetic technique


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: I would like to talk with someone who has experience with LFET used to inspect large diameter carbon steel pipe ( 20 - 30" ). The purpose of the inspection is to identify corrossion/errosion of the pipe wall. The pipe is used to transport a brine solution high in salts and other corrosive elements. The pipeline operates at 450 degrees F, 300psi. LFET is being used as the second stage of a three stage inspection program.
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