Inspector Training | NDT Technologies 860-757-3055 About Us Our Products Gallery Specification Sheet Our Markets Our Technology Our Customers Our Blogs Our Library Contact MENU Home About Us Our Products Gallery Specification Sheet Our Markets Our Technology Our Customers Our Blogs WIRE ROPE INSPECTION – THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS. WIRE ROPE FAILURE – WHO IS ACCOUNTABLE? MAGNETIC WIRE ROPE TESTING (MRT): This is how it’s done! IWRC Ropes: Magnetic Rope Testing (MRT) vs. Visual Inspections Visual Inspections: Dangers Case Study: MRT Inspection Locked-coil Rope Performance Validation and Verification of our MRT Equipment Paradigm Shift Paradigm Shift RopeGuardian™ RopeGuardian™ Non-Contacting Continuous Wire Rope Monitoring System Case Study: Core Failure of an IWRC Rope (including Video) Our Library Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) Wire Rope Inspection: A Critical Review Magnetic Wire Rope Nondestructive Examination (NDE): Validation of Test Results What is Wire Rope Roughness (WRR)? Why is it Important? Wire Rope Roughness (WRR), a new indicator for the quantitative characterization of wire rope deterioration An evaluation of international and local magnetic rope testing instrument defect detection capabilities and resolution, particularly in respect of low rotation, multi-layer rope constructions Capabilities and limitations of visual and electromagnetic (EM) wire rope inspection methods Wire Rope Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) Procedures, Retirement Criteria and Lifetime Prediction Methods for the Safe and Economical Use of Wire Ropes Paradigm Shift, on the Future of Wire Rope Examination/Evaluation (NDE) and Magnetic Rope Testing (MRT) Magnetic Wire Rope Testing (MRT) – 2018: State of the Art Wire Rope Failures – Who is Accountable? Inspector Training Specification Sheets Contact Home Our Library Inspector Training Posted August 16, 2019 by Herb Weischedel OLDER: Specification Sheets NEWER: Wire Rope Failures – Who is Accountable?