Mixed Light 2000

Real-time image overlay and completely automated detection software for both Fluorescence Magnetic Particle (FMPI) and Fluorescence Liquid Penetrant (FLPI) inspection.

What is seen by the eye VS results from the ML - 2000:

(a) Real - time streaming results

(b) All background light automatically removed

(c) Automatic detection and sizing of cracks ( red and green overlays )

Regular Beam

UV + White Light / Dual UV

Big Beam

Dual UV

World’s First Processor Controlled UV Lamp for Total Compliance WITH:

Rolls Royce RRES90061


ASTM E3022

Longest battery life of any handheld LED inspection lamp on the market!

Unlike all rival products currently on the market, all our Lamps have micro-chip based embedded processing. This enables far tighter control of luminous power outputs and battery management. This on-board processing even compensates for temperature of the LEDs, and this unique feature guarantees that UV output remains at the required level which would not be the case with industry standard current regulators.
Conventional methods of non-destructive testing (NDT) for CUI largely rely on the periodic removal of outer cladding and underlying insulation and check visually for corrosion. Such an approach is not cost-effective to perform in real-world deployment environments. Indeed, they are often too expensive to implement as they generally cover too small an area and inspection speeds are very slow. Moreover, they are usually highly labour intensive, require extensive preparation and often involve shutting down operation. Hence, there is an urgent need to develop technologies/techniques that enables industry to adopt more cost-efficient and reliable inspection and monitoring methods.

The EIS system consists of a dispersed network of small and inexpensive transceivers. Each small transceiver has an individual footprint of less than 50 cm2. EIS is a powerful and well-established technique for material characterisation that has grown tremendously over the past few years and has made its way into the service environment due to smaller sized and more portable units. However, the Consortium’s system is the first of its kind be used in fully-fledged industrial use.

It differs from conventional lab-based EIS by using an embedded controller and associated circuitry that uses on-board Fourier engines to speed up measurement times by several orders of magnitude. This makes it a commercially viable instrument that is capable of scanning 3-4 kilometres of pipe an hour to non-invasively detect corrosion under thermal insulation.

Results of long term (15 month) tests.

Above: unprimed and primed sections show corrosion and no corrosion respectively. The rolling-average results of the long-term measurements of the EIS condition monitoring system to these pipeline sections as continuously monitored via real-time streaming telemetry back to UK control and monitoring centre.
Note: In fact, early warning signs for Section 5 appear as far back as March – May of 2017 and our software advised an early intervention at this point.

Our Near Infrared Machines:

  • Totally modular and unlike x-rays systems, a single unit can be as wide (or narrow) as required
  • Unlike x-rays tubes, our easily replaced detector cassetes (spare unit supplied) ensure zero downtime and continuity of production
  • Can be easily retrofitted into HACCP points in existing production lines
  • Completely non-ionising with zero safety compliance issues
  • Permanently record all inspections
  • Have full internal capacity for continuous detection software upgrades
  • Allow for remote internet control of system settings and parameters by our engineers
  • Have the capacity to alert management via SMS text message/email on detection of defect



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