Pulsed Eddy Current Array (PECA) Probe

Enhance Productivity—
Pulsed Eddy Current
Array (PECA)

The standard pulsed eddy current array (PECA) probe is specifically engineered to maximize productivity for the detection of corrosion under insulation (CUI) and corrosion under fireproofing (CUF) in pipes, vessels, sphere legs, and more.

The groundbreaking PECA probe will make CUI and CUF inspections as much as 10 times faster than with single-element PEC probes! The six-channel array probe can be configured to inspect external diameters from 152 mm (6 in) to flat surfaces. It supports metals 6–25 mm (0.25–1.0 in), insulation 25–102 mm (1–4 in) (fiberglass, plastic wrap, concrete, and any non-ferrous material), and inspections through stainless steel and aluminum weather jackets.

Never Been this Fast

The 6-element PECA probe is capable of a single-pass coverage of 457 mm (18 in) in grid or high-resolution, dynamic mode. The wide coverage not only makes inspections faster than ever, but also minimizes inspection preparation with Grid-As-U-Go™. The coverage and accessory dramatically reduce gridding times compared to typical, single-element PEC. Displaying C-scans has never been this fast, improving the overall productivity of inspections as much as 10 times

 

Pulsed eddy current array probe showcase

Specifications

Casing

Medium

Number of channels

6

Total coverage

457 mm (18 in)

Wall thickness

6–25 mm (0.25–1.0 in)

Insulation/Coating thickness (liftoff)

25–102 mm (1–4 in)

Weather jacket thickness

  • Aluminum: 1 mm (0.04 in)
  • Stainless steel: 1.5 mm (0.06 in)

Outer diameter range

0–152 mm (6 in) [including insulation/fireproofing and weather jacket]

Encoder

16.04 counts/mm (407.44 counts/in)

Cable

5 m (16.4 ft)

Eddyfi Technologies is thrilled to confirm the acquisition of M2M
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Eddyfi Technologies confirms the acquisition of M2M

As a world leader in advanced non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection technologies, Eddyfi Technologies is thrilled to confirm the acquisition of M2M, a renowned developer and manufacturer of Phased Array Ultrasonic (PAUT) instruments for non-destructive testing.

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