Eddyfi Lyft scans through heavy insulation as well as aluminum, stainless steel, and galvanized steel weather jackets. It also offers a variety of PECA, single-element PEC, and application-specific probes that can be used for a variety of applications.
Pulsed Eddy CurrentPEC is an electromagnetic inspection technique used to identify wall loss in ferromagnetic materials such as carbon steel and cast iron. Based on the calibration area, it delivers a relative volumetric measurement that is transformed into an averaged thickness measurement.
To generate and record PEC, an electrical current in the probe’s coils first creates a magnetic field. It permeates the cladding as well as any non-conductive insulation (concrete, silicate, insulation with weather jacket, or marine growth) and stabilizes in the component thickness. The emission is then turned off. This sudden change generates eddy currents, which the probe detects. The decay rate is measured by the device, and an advanced signal processing algorithm converts the electromagnetic signal into an average thickness reading over the probe’s footprint.
At Nachos Technical Company, we offer crane and hoist inspections. These crane inspections are used to assess the safety of equipment, detection of wear and tear, and the identification of maintenance needs for safe and productive operations.
Crane inspections also assist in the verification of equipment by checking that it complies with current local standards and regulations, and this helps to avoid costly fines and the disruption of operations.
We offer specialized personal and professional services that meet all of our clients’ procurement needs. Our services help our clients to reduce risks involved in procurement while still giving them the ability to maximize the benefits inherent in sourcing from the growing market of the Oil and Gas industry across the world.