TDW launches new diameter inline inspection tool

Offshore staff

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – T.D. Williamson (TDW) has added a new 24-in. diameter inline inspection tool to its fleet of multiple dataset (MDS) tools. MDS technology allows geometry, metal loss, seam assessment, mechanical damage prioritization, bending strain, and more, all in a single inspection.

The new tool, which includes deformation, axial magnetic flux leakage (MFL), SpirALL MFL, low field MFL, and XYZ mapping, features more than 1,000 sensors but is less than 14 ft (4.27 m) long.


TDW 24-in. diameter inline inspection tool

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