6.12.2017

Dacon unveiled Eddyfi Lyft, The new solution for Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) Inspection

As the Leader in engineering inspection industries, Dacon Inspection Services Co., Ltd., recently unveiled “Eddyfi Lyft” a high-performance reinvented pulsed eddy current (PEC) solution. Current methods for measuring wall thickness over insulation (lift off) without removing it, all have severe limitations. One of the solutions is to help meet the diverse engineering needs of Dacon's customers. Lyft can be used in any number of applications, such as corrosion under insulation (CUI), corrosion blistering and scabs, flow-accelerated corrosion (FAC), corrosion under fireproofing (CUF), in the splash zone and underwater, surface corrosion, corrosion under coatings, and waterworks:

Unique to Lyft—Wall thickness measurement tool for smaller flaws. The Lyft’s compensated wall thickness (CWT) tool mitigates this phenomenon by quantifying the minimum wall thickness of a specific region in a C-scan. The CWT tool’s specialized algorithms isolate a defect’s contribution to the A-scan signal to more precisely compute its minimum wall thickness. The system features a portable, state-of-the-art instrument, real-time C-scan imaging, fast data acquisition (up to 15 readings per second) with grid-mapping and dynamic scanning modes, and flexibility with long cables and an extension pole.

As the Leader in engineering inspection industries, Dacon Inspection Services Co., Ltd., recently unveiled “Eddyfi Lyft” a high-performance reinvented pulsed eddy current (PEC) solution. Current methods for measuring wall thickness over insulation (lift off) without removing it, all have severe limitations. One of the solutions is to help meet the diverse engineering needs of Dacon's customers. Lyft can be used in any number of applications, such as corrosion under insulation (CUI), corrosion blistering and scabs, flow-accelerated corrosion (FAC), corrosion under fireproofing (CUF), in the splash zone and underwater, surface corrosion, corrosion under coatings, and waterworks:

Unique to Lyft—Wall thickness measurement tool for smaller flaws. The Lyft’s compensated wall thickness (CWT) tool mitigates this phenomenon by quantifying the minimum wall thickness of a specific region in a C-scan. The CWT tool’s specialized algorithms isolate a defect’s contribution to the A-scan signal to more precisely compute its minimum wall thickness. The system features a portable, state-of-the-art instrument, real-time C-scan imaging, fast data acquisition (up to 15 readings per second) with grid-mapping and dynamic scanning modes, and flexibility with long cables and an extension pole.