EIWAA Oil and Gas Service provides Non-Destructive Inspection Services of Storage tank shell thickness gauging by robotic scanning. Our shell thickness gauging inspection for corrosion mapping service of storage tank inspection services is by ultrasonic B Scanning methods. We are using alternative NDT Inspection Services of  corrosion survey by Rope Access service for Ring type Shell joints of Storage tank. An automatic or semiautomatic scanner is used to scan different ultrasonic techniques of pulse echo, eddy current, and phased array, in order to perform corrosion mapping.



Corrosion mapping service is necessary for  the piping inspection services as well as storage tank inspection services for fitness assessment and remaining life assessment. The advantage having position and size data for every defect that can be compared for repeat scans of the same area to track corrosion rates. Measurements of ultrasound wall thickness are crucial information for assessing the tank shell thickness. For this reason, Invert Robotics has integrated advanced UT equipment onto our robot crawlers and is called robotic B Scan of shell thickness. In order to conduct cost-effective A and B-scan imaging of above-ground ferro-magnetic structures, such as oil storage tanks, the Scorpion B-scan is a tough remote access ultrasonic crawler. 

With the use of an unique “Dry Coupled” ultrasonic wheel probe, the Scorpion remote access crawler does not require conventional couplant. This enables the crawler to move horizontally, vertically, or even upside down while remaining completely functioning. The dry linked TWP12 twin wheel probe’s thickness measurements are continuously recorded by the Scorpion B-scan system, which also incorporates encoder information. B Scan ultrasonic thickness gauging instrument or robotic scanner is approved by all the major oil and gas companies and oil Gas contractors.