Inspection of surface and subsurface cracks:
On turbine blades and shafts.
Detection of SCC cracks in stainless steels, Inconel columns, reactors and pipelines, e.g. chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking.
Replacement of the liquid penetrant crack inspection method on gear crowns and pinions in the cement and mineral industries by the fast eddy current technique.
Inspection of centrifugal separators in sugar mills.
Inspection of welds on coated and uncoated building structures, e.g. cranes, derricks, railroad cars, bogies and locomotive chassis.
Detection of cracks in pitted corrosion areas of cast or forged steel valve housings in nuclear power plants.
Evaluation of crack depth in the casing of main feedwater pumps in nuclear power plants.
Evaluation of crack depth in ship propellers.
Detection of cracks in the internal rotating parts of very high pressure (5000 bar) piping for in-service inspection in the chemical process industry.
Inspections of bolt threads on components to detect and evaluate cracks and corrosion in the groove and flank of threaded configurations.
Inspection of weldolet cracks at high temperatures (up to 300ºC in LNG plants).