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M-Series MFL Inspection Equipment
PITCO™ EMI inspection units are some of the most advanced Magnetic Flux Inspection units in the world. Scan Systems™ has invested an enormous amount of capital dollars, and many man-hours to improve the EMI inspection technology. Unlike our competition that focuses on updating older technologies without innovation, we have focused our resources on pushing our own limits to constantly find ways to improve the EMI technology and capabilities for our clients. We are now at a point that we can accurately tackle the 0.545” inventory, and even up to 0.625” wall pipe, with production speeds up to 150 feet per minute.
DIGI-TECH™ DT-2100M AND DT-3100M:
- Utilizing state-of-the-art Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) Technology, coupled with our unprecedented custom Digital Signal Processing Software, we provide our customers with the most advanced EMI computer-based NDT inspection system available anywhere in the world today for the inspection of OCTG pipe.
- PITCO™’s DIGI-TECH™ “M-Series” four-function EMI (Electro-Magnetic Inspection) unit is specifically designed for high volume, continuous operation. Originally created for Steel Mill applications, our M-Series inspection units are designed for 24/7 operations with low maintenance, and high production.
- Our DT-2100™ “M-Series” equipment features the capacity to inspect oil country tubular goods (OCTG) from 2 3/8” (60.3 mm) plain-end material through 8.00” (203.2 mm) plain-end material for longitudinal and transverse flaws. This includes wall thickness variations using flux leakage techniques, and grade comparator using eddy current technology.
- Our DT-3100tm “M-Series” equipment features the capacity to inspect oil country tubular goods (OCTG) from 4 1/2” (114.3mm) plain-end material through 14.00” (355.6mm).
For additional information, a virtual tour of the M-Series advancements, or to schedule an appointment, please complete our General Inquiry Form.