Corrosion Mapping

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Ultrasonic corrosion mapping is a quantitative way to inspect a material where oxidation or erosion has reduced its thickness. Since an ultrasonic path is directly reduced on a corroded part, a single UT beam can report one specific thickness at a time while a phased array corrosion mapping can produce an array of thicknesses.



  • Non-contact technique.
  • Capable of temperatures from -30ºC to 650ºC with no active cooling.
  • Roller kits, encoders and adaptors for different applications.
  • Highly efficient for eroded areas.


Phased Array

  • Fast and Accurate
  • Axial and Longitudinal Inspection
  • High Resolution Encoding
  • Focusing
  • Near Surface Resolution