Tech Talk Tuesday: Session 11 - Benefits of MFL Ultra
The principle of Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) for identifying metal loss defects in pipelines has been known since the 19th century. In the 1960s, the first MFL in-line inspection (ILI) tools were introduced. From then on, continuous improvement of this technology took place. Today, a common standard MFL tool is able to detect metal loss defects down to 10 mm in size. However, in recent years we have seen a higher demand for technologies that can detect defects even smaller than 10 mm. Therefore, ROSEN has made great efforts to further develop the capabilities of MFL tools with increased resolution and detection thresholds.
However, the question is, why should you care about defects that are only 5 mm, 3 mm or 1 mm in size? Are they even a threat to your pipeline, even if you can barely see them with your eyes? This webinar will focus on these very questions and the benefits of ultra-high resolution MFL technology.
Learn more and join our regional session, which will be presented on January 19, 2021 at 11 am (CET).
This session is part of our series “TECH TALKS - Regional sessions on technical topics” with weekly discussions on a diverse range of topics on asset integrity management and regulatory ramifications for the oil and gas industry.
- January 19, 20212021-01-19T11:00:00
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