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How well are you handling the pressure?

Your facility and equipment has pieces of metal welded together that your business depends on for safe and efficient operations.

  • Moving parts

  • Pressurized tanks

  • Process Piping

  • And so much more…

Depending on your industry, regular inspections may not be mandatory, however, they are still vitally important.

You can’t afford for these to fail.

CODE Steel can locate and diagnose problems without interrupting your workflow or shutting down your facility.

Drone Capabilities

Taking remote visual inspection to the next level

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Elios 3 & Skydio 2+

For remote visual inspection and digital mapping the Elios 3 and Skydio 2+ are the top of the line. Elios 3 is a powerful and versatile data gathering drone that can help perform accurate, systematic inspections without paying for months of training and man-power, and most importantly – you can avoid facility down time.

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Manta Robotic Swimmer ROV

This UT swimmer drone system is the best in the world and can maneuver around inside nearly any industrial tank, avoid obstructions, and navigate through nearly any in-tank obstacles for inspection.

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HPX Crawler

This Motorized Ultrasonic Thickness Scanner is the fastest method for inspecting remote access areas and provides for superior safety and accuracy when inspecting tank walls and roofs. The HPX Wall Crawler (High-Performance X-Type) is the most rugged and capable magnetic crawler on the market.

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How we find Problems

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Magnetic Particle Inspection

Inspect ferromagnetic materials.
Spread Iron particles (dry or in liquid) to the surface of the material.
Apply magnetic fields, particles will align along surface or subsurface cracks and imperfections.

Find the exact location of flaws hidden by surface coating and below the surface of the material. Inexpensive. Fast.

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Inspect nonporous materials for surface breaks and defects. Spray dye on the surface of the material, remove excess, surface flaws will be filled with dye.

Works on ferrous and nonferrous materials.

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Sending beams of sound through the wall of your pressure vessel in different frequencies. Each frequency is individually measured to give an overall diagnosis of your pipe or tank.

This is the most advanced method of finding and preventing problems.

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Inspect thick solid materials from the surface without hurting the material. Apply couplant (liquid/gel) to the surface of the material, send ultrasonic waves through the material and the readout will show cavities, cracks and imperfections (deep and shallow) inside the material.

Find deep flaws in thick hard material. Most accurate and most detailed test of all the NDT

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Visual Testing

Visual Testing (VT) is the most widely utilized NDT approach across all industries, and it is based on inspecting for faults that are visible to the human eye.

It makes quality control possible and quick at every stage of the manufacturing or maintenance process.

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Remote Visual Inspection

Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) allows inspectors to look at objects and materials from afar that are inaccessible or in a dangerous environment.

The equipment light systems allow inspection of objects and materials in dark places ensuring sure nothing is missed during inspection.

Problems you may have missed

Unfortunately, not all structural flaws are visible. To locate potential problems, you need to be able to see beneath the surface.

Industrial Inspection

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