UltraAnalytix® Nondestructive testing for FRP fitness for service evaluation

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Why We Use UltraAnalytix®

When it comes to Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) inspections, the conventional methods often fall short of providing the scientific and engineering criteria essential for accurate assessments.

Make smart, informed data-driven decisions by choosing UltraAnalytix , a revolutionary approach to prevent or postpone costly equipment replacement or unscheduled shutdowns.

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Traditional Inspection VS. UltraAnalytix®

Inspection with UltraAnalytix

✓      ASNT-Certified NDT Inspection:

UltraAnalytix adheres to the highest standards, aligning with ASNT SNT-TC-1A for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT).

✓      Objective and Data-Driven:

UltraAnalytix provides objective measurements, eliminating the inconsistencies associated with subjective evaluations, ensuring precision and consistency.

      No Plant Shutdown Required:

Say goodbye to costly plant shutdowns, as UltraAnalytix inspections seamlessly integrate into operational schedules, and gives comprehensive data on corrosion barriers and structural layers for informed decisions regarding the asset's remaining service life.

 

Traditional FRP Inspection

X       No Scientific Basis:

Historically, FRP inspections lacked scientific or engineering standards, leaving assessments open to interpretation.

X       Subjective Assessment:

Significant disparities among inspectors due to the absence of standardized criteria.

X      Visual Internal Inspection:

Determining remaining service life based on the corrosion barrier surface condition, lacking a comprehensive approach.

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Composite Materials Suitable for UltraAnalytix® NDT

UltraAnalytix NDT is suitable for all composite materials, including:

• Fiber-reinforced plastic / polymers (FRP)
• Carbon fiber laminate
• Dual laminate
• High-density polyethylene (HDPE)
• Polypropylene

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"UltraAnalytix helped us out in several cases"
- Bernhard Rijpkema Manager Materials Technology (AMC)