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ACFM Inspection:

Whether the component is painted or coated, ACFM Inspection, also known as Alternating Current Field Measurements, is used to measure and characterize surface cracks in welds or the parent material. In-service Inspection requirements or condition monitoring techniques typically include ACFM Inspection. For ACFM Inspection of rigs, platforms, and jackets, EIWAA is a top Advanced NDT Inspection provider. The ACFM Inspection procedures are approved by significant oil corporations such as PDO, QATAR Gas, ADNOC, and ARAMCO, and our cutting-edge ACFM Inspection Instrument is approved by API, AWS, and ASME. Our ACFM Inspection method combines the benefits of the alternating current potential drop (ACPD) method and Eddy Current testing for size and detecting surface cracks, as well as the capability to act without electrical contact.
The advantages of ACFM inspection are provided by EIWAA, one of the top NDT inspection companies in the Dammam(KSA), which uses both traditional and cuttingedge NDT inspection methods.
To attain maximal test sensitivity for nonmagnetic conductive materials, our ACFM Inspection system is often used in combination with special probes.

The advantages of ACFM Inspection include the following.

  • Ferritic or nonferritic conductive materials could be used as base materials or welds for ACFM InspectionOn hot surfaces and underwater, ACFM Inspection can be used.
  • The size of faults is evaluated by using ACFM Inspection, which analyzes depth up to 25mm thick and provides length information.
  • There are minimal surface preparation needs for ACFM Inspection, and it can be used over paint or other coatings.
  • Welds and parent materials can be inspected using ACFM Inspection in both surface level and underwater inspections.

ACFM Inspection Applications:

  • We frequently employ our ACFM Inspection Service in rigs, platforms, Vessels, ships, and vessels, among other things.
  • The following are some of the uses for ACFM Inspection: size and detection of fatigue cracks and hydrogen cracking.
  • The aerospace industry uses ACFM Inspection for gears, gear teeth, crankshafts, cylinder heads, turbines, and other parts at fillet weld joints of offshore and onshore units.
  • For pressure vessel, storage tank, and piping inspections, oil/storage tank terminals use ACFM inspection.