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In the offshore and subsea area, Innospection offers innovative technologies and sophisticated equipment to solve niche inspection challenges for flexible and rigid risers, caissons, subsea structures and pipelines, non-piggable pipelines, ship hulls, conductor pipes, mooring lines as well as complex areas like subsea welds and manifolds.
Branded under the name MEC (Magnetic Eddy Current), the range of sophisticated MEC subsea inspection tools are designed and built to provide comprehensive splash zone and subsea inspection data within a single deployment by ROV, divers or rope access personnel.
Based on the next generation of fast corrosion mapping Magnetic Eddy Current (MEC) technique which is a further development of the industry proven Saturation Low Frequency Eddy Current (SLOFEC™) technique, other supporting inspection techniques such as high resolution Ultrasonic mapping, Pulsed Eddy Current (PEC), laser triangulation system, camera system, etc can be easily incorporated into the versatile MEC subsea inspection tools to provide a total and customised inspection solution.
The MEC-MPS series of marinised scanners is used for the condition assessment of rigid risers, caissons and structures, including through the neoprene coating and Monel cladding.
The MEC-Hug Crawler / PipeCrawler with the incorporated MEC-FIT technique support the inspection and lifetime assessment of flexible risers and pipes.
The MEC-Combi Crawler supports the inspection and lifetime assessment of subsea structures ranging in size and complexity such as risers, caisson, pipes, platform legs and flat surfaces like ship hulls.
The MEC-Combi PipeCrawler supports the inspection of smaller diameter subsea pipes, risers and caissons ranging from 6" to 16" for internal and external defects and wall loss.
Innospection Ltd (Aberdeen)
Kirkhill Industrial Estate Dyce
Telephone: +44 1224 724 744
Fax: +44 1224 774 087