Pure Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) is a highly advanced method of non-destructively assessing the condition of metallic pipelines.
Access High-resolution Information On Pipe Wall Condition
Yielding the highest resolution pipe wall loss data in the industry, Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) is a highly advanced method of non-destructively assessing the condition of metallic pipelines, by detecting corrosion and pitting in metallic pipelines.
Pure’s inline MFL tools scan the full circumference and length of a pipeline, providing high-resolution information on pipe wall condition.
Providing the high-resolution data only a technology such as MFL can yield, comprehensive evaluation using structural models incorporating pipe industry standards can be performed to ensure structural performance criteria are being met.
- Assess metallic pipe
- Accurately assess, classify and characterize pipeline anomalies
- “See” through lined pipes
- Accurately identify defect location
In 2011, Pure Technologies began an initiative to help close the gap in metallic pipe assessment technologies, and focus attention on gathering honest feedback from proactive utilities on what solutions are needed to effectively manage metallic pipe.
Featured Case Study
Moulton Niguel Water District
The Moulton Niguel Water District (MNWD) provides water, recycled water and wastewater service to approximately 170,000 people within its service area, located in Orange County, California.
MNWD contracted Pure to perform a condition assessment of the Central Intertie Pipeline, a large diameter steel pipeline running through residential areas and busy transportation corridors.