3D STRUCTURED LIGHT TECHNOLOGIES

Seikowave is a world leader in 3D imaging and 3D analysis. Their 3D structured light imaging solutions are used worldwide to assess infrastructure, characterize surface roughness, identify defects, and determine fitness for service. Ucorr has partnered with Seikowave as their west coast distributor and is capable of demonstrating and supporting all of Seikowave's products and services including the most advanced integrated hardware/software solutions for pipeline anomaly measurements and analysis, the 3D Toolbox, 3DSL Rhino, and 3DSL Hippo. The technologies are complete 3D Structured Light (3DSL) measurement systems for inspecting land-based and water-based infrastructure in a variety of industries including oil & gas, water, wastewater, and power generation

 

For more information on Seikowave, please visit their website at www.seikowave.com

3D images can be analyzed using the 3DSL NDT software suite, included with each 3D Toolbox, 3DSL Rhino, and 3DSL Hippo, to determine the maximum safe operating pressure and burst pressure using RSTRENG, ASME B31G and modified AMSE B31G. Dent analysis is compliant with ASME B31.8 and B31.4. The option API 579 modules produce API compliant reports for a variety of chemical and petro-chemical plant infrastructure.

Generate fitness-for-service test reports in minutes with the 3DSL NDT software suite. The end-to-end software solution includes: 3D image capture, defect analysis, and fitness-for-service (FFS) calculations and reports. The FFS calculations and reports are compliant with ASME B31G, CSA Z662, ASME B31.4, ASME B3.18 and API 579. The software can also be used with ultrasound data, pit gage data, or data collected from other 3D imaging systems. Next time you need an FFS report, think 3DSL NDT.

THE 3D TOOLBOX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 3D Toolbox is a complete 3D structured light measurement system for inspecting oil and gas infrastructure. The 3D Toolbox operates much like a conventional 2D camera.

 

  1. Point: position the 3D Toolbox to view the infrastructure damage

  2. Click: acquire the 3D image

  3. Done

 

The 3D Toolbox is used for non-destructive evaluation (NDE) method for gathering pipeline feature or defect measurements (corrosion, gouges, dents, etc.). The 3D Toolbox is ruggedized (IP67) and using it is as simple as point.click.done.

THE 3DSL RHINO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 3DSL Rhino was developed with field inspection in mind. In addition to the imaging hardware and analysis software, field accessories are available to facilitate all damage assessment work and ensure correct measurements every time. Industry leading accuracy, precision, and resolution result in the highest quality measurements.

 

  • Can operate in windy deserts

  • In rain and snow

  • Can be dropped

  • Integrates with 3DSL robots

  • Produces standard 3D data sets that can be exported to a variety of software packages

  • Maintains +/- 2 mils (0.050 mm) accuracy

THE 3DSL HIPPO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Operates underwater; vision is protected by a clear membrane that protects the eye

  • A thick acrylic plate protects the imaging optics inside enabling 3D imaging at depths of up to 100m (330 feet)

  • Can be equipped with a variety of handles that allow divers to easily manipulate the 3D imaging system to acquire data

  • Can be dropped

  • Can be integrated with a variety of ROV’s to enable remote inspection of underwater infrastructure

  • Produces standard 3D data sets that can be exported to a variety of software packages

  • Maintains +/- 2 mils (0.050 mm) accuracy

The 3D Structured Light Technologies including the 3DSL Rhino, 3DSL Hippo, and 3D Toolbox, are designed for field inspection of corrosion, dents, and other infrastructure damage. Ruggedized to meet the demands of harsh environments, the 3DSL technologies is perfect for assessing infrastructure damage in any harsh environments. Complete protection from dust, water, sand. Next time you need to assess damage, think 3DSL technology.

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