METS use an advanced Non-Destructive Testing as a set of non-destructive testing methods that: Use to provide a proven high probability of detection by using specialty equipment and techniques.
PAUT inspection (Phased Array and TOFD):
• Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing
Phased array consists of a number
of ultrasonic elements arranged in a single probe (transducer), each of which can be pulsed independently
• Time of Flight Diffraction
It is based on diffraction of ultrasonic waves on tips of discontinuities, instead of geometrical reflection on the interface of the discontinuities
MFL Tank floor inspection:
Is a magnetic method of nondestructive testing that is used to detect corrosion and pitting in steel structures, most commonly pipelines and storage tanks. The basic principle is that a powerful magnet is used to magnetize the steel. At areas where there is corrosion or missing metal, the magnetic field "leaks" from the steel. In an MFL (or Magnetic Flux Leakage) tool, a magnetic detector is placed between the poles of the magnet to detect the leakage field. Analysts interpret the chart recording of the leakage field to identify damaged areas and to estimate the depth of metal loss.
Eddy Current (Boiler Tube Inspection):
A method of nondestructive testing (NDT) employed to help detect pitting, cracking and other concerns such as erosion and corrosion. Often employed for nonferrous alloy heat exchanger tubing used in power generation, chemical processing and other application
Electromagnetic Wire rope Inspection:
Is use to detect distortion even inside the Wire rope construction and broken wires, And corrosion.