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Eddy current testing of inservice water tube boiler

Eddy current testing of inservice water tube boiler

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Dear All,

I need a guidance as below;

Is it possible to perform Eddy Current Testing of tubes for a water tube boiler. Please note that the boiler is in service and these tubes are furnace walls of boiler. For clarity the wall is made by joining several tubes with each other through a sealing strip welded between them .
Our client want to check the integrity of tube material after welding of strip between tubes. This is a newly installed boiler.

RE: Eddy current testing of inservice water tube boiler



Sounds like you need to hold a seminar for your customer. That would have to be done prior to firing, or after a prolonged cool down.

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