The TechScope EZT-II™ is a portable, rugged, single-function EMI system for inspecting drill pipe and tubing in extreme environments. Transverse flaw detection function is standard on the TechScope EZT-II™. The electronics console consists of a heavy-duty, high-impact synthetic enclosure with a sealed and removable cover. All cable connections are mounted on the top instrumentation panel. The cables have 90-degree connectors to eliminate bending. The TechScope EZT-II™ is designed to meet most industry specifications set forth by API, DS-1, etc.
|Technical and Performance Data|
2 3/8" to 6 5/8" O.D. drill pipe and tubing
Transverse flaw detection (MFL)
Thermal printer or optional DAQTech III™ computer data acquisition system
Up to 150 ft /minute
The TechScope EZT-II™ is designed to meet most industry specifications (i.e. API, DS-1, etc.)
Power, signal, and buggy drive cables
High speed buggy drive with variable speed DC motors
Powerful DC magnetizing coils
Air jack set (standard or Hi-Low models available)
Buggy heads (sizes optional)
Calibration standards (sizes optional)
DAQTech III™ computer data acquisition system (optional)
TechScope EZT-II (394 KB)
The system is calibrated on a standard at the beginning of the job. The magnetizing coil is placed over the end of the pipe. The buggy drive and head are placed on top of the pipe and the mag coil is placed on the buggy drive. The air jacks lift the pipe so the coil & buggy will clear the pipe racks. The electronics operator then powers the buggy down the pipe and starts the thermal printer (or optional DAQTech III™ computer data acquisition system) and observes the data. When the buggy reaches the other end of the pipe, the jacks lower the pipe to the racks, the buggy and coil are removed and placed on the next pipe. The process is then repeated in the opposite direction.