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Ultrasonic Testing vs. Magnetic Particle Inspection: When to Use UT Over MPI

Posted on October 1, 2020 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (88)



The market for nondestructive testing (NDT) in North America is increasing rapidly, with similar growth around the world. There are two reasons for this: nondestructive testing works for nearly every industry, and there is a wide variety of NDT techniques for nearly every inspection need.

 

With the use of NDT being so wide...

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Guided Wave Testing for the Detection of Corrosion Under Pipe Supports (CUPS)

Posted on September 13, 2020 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (16)

Many pipe support designs such as resting or mechanically fastened supports allow water to collect between the support and the pipe surface, and thus create an ideal environment for crevice corrosion. In some cases, galvanic corrosion can also be a cause for concern. Even though both the support and pipe material are steel, there may still be a small enough potential difference to generate a corrosion cell. Welded supports offer a solution to this problem; however, construction and future ins...

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What is the Ground Potential Rise in your home and why you should take it seriously

Posted on June 18, 2018 at 7:15 AM Comments comments (34)

It’s not just “Ground is ground”

People familiar with electricity frequently accept the idea that “Ground is ground,” i.e., that in a house, especially with a grounding system that complies with the NEC or CEC, all points of the grounding system are at the same voltage.


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