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Diamond/Deck Plate Inspection

Diamond Plate Sample

Deck Plate Safety is an important part of plant inspections. A power plant in Texas recently had a worker fall through a corroded deck plate. TesTex, Inc. used the Low Frequency Electromagnetic Technique (LFET) to examine Diamond Deck Plates. TesTex has now scheduled inspections at power and chemical plants.

Diamond Plate Waveform
Example of a waveform from a sample deck piece sent to TesTex.

TesTex Advantages

  • LFET can inspect both ferrous and non-ferrous material
  • Requires no couplant
  • 2,000 – 3,000 linear feet can be scanned using LFET in a single twelve-hour shift
  • More than 40 inspection crews can be deployed ar any given time
  • Crews are equipped with multiple scanner/probe sizes and back-up equipment to avoid downtime
  • LFET down not require extensive cleaning
  • LFET can get more are coverage than other respective techniques
  • All data is collected and stored for future reference


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