October 2007
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New products

Remote inspection tool Integrity, inspection and corrosion specialist iicorr Ltd has launched its Magnetic Crawler tool, designed for inspecting inaccessible or difficult-to-access areas. Magnets enable the robot to attach itself, and it uses integrated video and UT capabilities to examine areas at risk of corrosion. The Magnetic Crawler evolved from the company’s Trac-scan Crawler system, and is designed to assure jacket leg, riser and caisson integrity. Although initially designed for inspection on large-bore jacket legs and areas underneath external clamps, it can also remotely inspect large tanks, pipe work and subsea structures. The system has real-time viewing as well as data recording functions, and can be run remotely up to 200 m from the access point. It is rated for use in up to 200 m of water, and can fit through access points as small as 200 mm x 150 mm.

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