Robotic Wire Rope Inspection Service!!
Know When To Replace Your Wire Ropes & Cables!
RopeScan® IPC Robotic wire rope inspections. Find section loss without wedging a cable apart. Utilizes modern technology and robotics for wire rope inspections & cable assessments. For just about any cable from bridge suspender cables to mining cables, crane cables and more.
Bridge suspension cables
Robotic wire rope inspection with no lane closures or bucket trucks required.
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Wire ropes are critical to many of our most important tools and infrastructure assets. Deteriorated suspension and suspender cables on bridges can lead to bridge and roadway failure. It is important to regularly inspect wire ropes beyond the visual manual inspections that have been conducted in the past.
Crane Rope Inspections
Wire Rope Inspections
Bridge Suspender Cables
Oil Rig & Mining Cables
IPC’s (Infrastructure Preservation Corporation) wire rope inspection service does just that by peering through the steel strands to look for section loss caused by unplanned stresses and corrosion. IPC’s robotic wire rope inspection service inspects the entire cable and issues that are found can be addressed based on their severity.
This is a major advancement for the bridge inspection industry as well as other mission critical wire ropes. Wire rope inspections are a part of IPC’s CableScan services to provide quantitative condition assessment data to asset owners.
Benefits of IPC’s wire rope inspection include:
Knowing When to replace your wire rope!!
|* Lightweight & Portable|| * Locates Broken Wires|
|* Quantitative Results||* Fast Interpretation|
|* No Lane Closures||* No Bucket Trucks|
|* Detailed Reports||* Proven Results|
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