Robotic Wire Rope Inspection Services
According to a maintenance world article on steel rope wire failures “In 1998, a crane load line broke while lifting the south topside module of the Petronius platform, dropping the module into the Gulf of Mexico.
The cost was estimated to be around 116 million US dollars. Since 1999 more than 60 people have been killed as a result of wire ropes breaking and more than 65 associated injuries.”
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Robotic Wire Rope Inspection Service
Know when to replace your wire ropes.
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Robotic Wire Rope Inspections -Locate loss of metallic area and corrosion inside wire ropes. No lane closure or bucket trucks required. Robots are portable, wireless and accurate. No cranes, bucket trucks or visual subjective inspections. Infrastructure Preservation Corporation’s (IPC) has developed a portable robotic wire rope inspection service that utilizes magnetic flux leakeage, a non-destructive testing technology that has been around for 25 years. Magnetic Flux Leakeage along with robotic non-destructive testing and interpretation software provide the most quantitative data to date for wire rope and cable inspections.
Assembly Specialty Products does a good job of explaining different issues with wire ropes here.
ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) produces guidance on wire rope care and maintenance https://www.iso.org/obp/ui#iso:std:iso:4309:ed-5:v1:en
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Magnetic Flux Leakage “MFL” has been used to detect corrosion and pitting in steel structures. MFL is an electromagnetic non-destructive testing method that is proven
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