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Zetec to showcase inspection technologies at MEOS

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Zetec Inc., a global leader in non destructive testing (NDT) solutions, will showcase its most advanced inspection technologies for oil and gas applications at MEOS 2019 (Middle East Oil & Gas Show) in Bahrain from 18 – 21 March.

Zetec will exhibit its TOPAZ®64 portable phased array UT device, which combines code-compliant phased array UT with the most advanced and highest live total focusing method (TFM) resolution in its class. The company will demonstrate how the TOPAZ64 instrument can help solve the oil and gas industry’s greatest inspection challenges, including high temperature hydrogen attack (HTHA) and difficult weld inspections. Driven by Zetec’s industrially proven UltraVision® Touch software, the TOPAZ64 instrument is capable of driving multi-group live TFM and time of flight diffraction (TOFD) at industrial inspection speed.


Zetec will also present the MIZ®-21C, the industry’s first truly affordable handheld eddy current instrument with surface array capabilities. The surface array solution can reduce inspection time by up to 95% compared to traditional handheld pencil probes, and the device’s ergonomic design and long battery life mean you can inspect more areas than ever without fatigue or lost productivity. The MIZ-21C instrument is available in three models to meet a range of inspection needs and budgets.


“The TOPAZ64 phased array UT instrument and MIZ-21C handheld eddy current instrument are the latest innovations from Zetec. They are renowned for their performance, versatility, and advanced inspection capabilities for oil and gas applications,” said Laurent Enenkel, Vice President, Zetec EMEAI (Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India). “We are looking forward to showcasing these technologies at MEOS 2019.”


For information about Zetec’s NDT solutions, including the TOPAZ64 and MIZ-21C instruments, visit the Zetec booth at MEOS 2019 (#52).

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