Magnetic Flux Leakage – MFL
Magnetic Flux Leakage is nondestructive testing method that can detect metal loss, such as corrosion, in steel structures. MFL is primarily used to examine pipelines and storage tanks to assess the integrity. MFL can detect corrosion on pipe walls, tank floors and tank walls.
MFL testing uses advanced computerized technology to find corrosion areas. The equipment uses electromagnets to induce a magnetic field and the results are then analyzed and recorded. By magnetizing a ferrous material, technicians can determine if the material is corroded based on if the magnetic flux material is disturbed or undisturbed.
- This method of nondestructive testing is quicker compared to conventional UT.
- It is a cost-effective method.
- Capable of scanning through most coatings.
Our personnel are experienced in magnetic flux leakage trained with our in-house program and can capably perform your testing needs. We can provide testing on sites and at client facilities.