The TubePRO 14-P™ is a stationary computerized multi-function EMI system for inspecting tubing and casing up to 13 3/8" O.D and standard drill pipe up to 6 5/8" O.D. Transverse flaw detection, longitudinal flaw detection, and TRUEWALL™ (Hall effect) wall monitoring functions are standard on all TubePRO systems. The computerized electronics system, heavy-duty center section with rotating head, pipe handling conveyors, and affordable price makes the TubePRO series the best in the industry. The inspection results are displayed digitally in the software with individual channel colors for easy interpretation. The TubePRO 14-P™ provides the operator with a very diversified, sophisticated and operator-friendly inspection system. The TubePRO 14-P™ is designed to meet or exceed most industry requirements set forth by API, DS-1, etc.
|Technical and Performance Data|
2 3/8" to 13 3/8" O.D. for tubing and casing
Drill pipe up to 6 5/8" O.D.
Transverse flaw detection (MFL)
Longitudinal flaw detection (MFL)
TRUEWALL™ magnetic wall thickness monitoring (MFD)
Grade comparator system (optional)
Demagnetizing system (optional)
Data acquisition system with desktop computer (multi-color data display)
60 to 90 ft. per minute, (all functions)
The TubePRO 14-P™ is designed to meet most industry specifications (i.e. API, DS-1, etc.)
Computerized electronics system
Skid-mounted center section
Inspection heads (sizes optional)
Calibration standards (sizes optional)
Conveyors with adjustable stands
Conveyor load and unload arms
Hydraulic power unit
Grade comparator system
Bi-directional load and unload arms
Inspection building (operator compartment)
The system is calibrated on a standard before starting the job. The hydraulic pipe arms load the pipe from the pipe racks onto the conveyors. This is done automatically or with manual switches in operator compartment. The conveyors move the pipe through the TubePRO™ center section and hydraulic pinch rollers automatically open and shut on the pipe for proper centering inside the coils and rotating head. The tube then enters the longitudinal flaw detection rotating head, then passes through the transverse flaw detection head and magnetic wall thickness monitoring system. The inspection data is displayed digitally in the software and can be saved to the computer for future viewing. After inspection, the pipe is automatically unloaded on the outgoing conveyors and the process is repeated. This system operates with a high production rate, quality of inspection and excellent reliability, while complying with most industry specifications for EMI pipe inspection.