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Transneft Diascan commissions new ILI tool

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World Pipelines,

Transneft Diascan has put into operation a new type of inline inspection tool: an ultrasonic flaw detector with a measuring system using phased array (PA) sensors. It is designed to inspect pipelines with diameters of 1020/1067/1220 mm (40/42/48 in.) and allows for the early stage detection of crack-like flaws, thus increasing the safe operation of oil pipelines.

Transneft Diascan commissions new ILI tool

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