Industrial Ventilation, Industrial Exhaust Systems and Pipeline Maintenance
Defectoscopy is a diagnostic method for identification of possible defects in duct or pipeline systems.
Non-destructive testing (or NDT) is used in a variety of settings that covers a wide range of industrial activities, with new NDT methods and applications being continuously developed. Nondestructive testing methods are routinely applied in industries where a failure of a component could pose a significant hazard or cause severe economic losses.
The Various Diagnostic Techniques Are:
Ultrasonic pipeline inspection has been an established method in non-destructive testing (NDT) for over 30 years. The UT sensor can be installed in front of the robot as an additional tool using JettyRobot Universal accessories.
JettyRobot can also be used for pipeline inspection using other types of sensors such as the IR camera, a laser scanner for measurement, etc.
JettyRobot can be equipped with an additional video camera. The camera can be chosen based on the requirements of the pipeline inspection task. It’s fairly common to use a pan/tilt/zoom camera with high resolution.
This additional video camera can be installed in front of the robot as an additional tool using JettyRobot Universal accessories.
X-Ray Pipeline Inspection
The X-Ray sensor can be installed in front of the robot as an additional tool using JettyRobot Universal accessories.
Where to Conduct Defectoscopy
Oil & gas
Civil & Public Infrastructure