Québec, Canada, January 27, 2015 — Dedicated to electromagnetic inspection technologies, Eddyfi is proud to launch a new line of magnetic flux leakage (MFL) tubing probes. The improved design relies on high-performance magnetic sensors that eliminate the need for an external absolute drift compensation adapter box, which lacked practicality in real-life inspections. While the new probes produce signals that are equivalent to existing probes on the market, they are much more straightforward to use and highly durable.
Olivier Lavoie, Product Manager of Oil and Gas Tubing Probes comments: “The number of ferromagnetic tubing and air cooler heat exchangers in need of a reliable inspection solution is colossal, and so we wanted Eddyfi’s MFL probes to be the easiest to use. We’re excited to introduce a complete line of improved probes for tubing diameters ranging from 0.75 to 1.5 inches.”
MFL probes are perfect for detecting small pits and other corrosion damage inside and outside ferromagnetic tubing, like fin fans and other types of air cooler heat exchangers, for example.
Headquartered in the advanced NDT hub of Québec, Canada, with offices in Lyon, France, and Houston, USA, Eddyfi focuses on offering high-end eddy current and electromagnetic solutions for the inspection of critical components and assets. Eddyfi has customers in more than 50 countries in such major industries as nuclear, power generation, oil and gas, and aerospace.
We also employ the world’s most renowned experts in the field of advanced eddy currents and electromagnetics, and they have the mission to push the limits of these technologies to new heights. Eddyfi develops the industry’s best performing and most reliable test instruments, acquisition and analysis software, as well as standard but, more importantly, specialized surface array and tubing probes. Eddyfi has the expertise, engineering, and manufacturing flexibility to supply fully integrated and specially made solutions that deliver superior performance to our customers.
At Eddyfi, performance matters.