Eddy Current Inspection ECI

Eddy current inspection (ECI) is one of the least intrusive methods of non-destructive testing. Little surface preparation is required for Eddy Current Inspection (no requirement to remove coatings / paint) & ECI can be used to test items with irregular geometries, with the the ability to detect very small defects / discontinuities located near or at the surface of the test material.


Eddy current inspection is becoming the first choice for owners for inspections on upper deck pipe supports on shuttle tankers to avoid the huge cost of MPI being completed at the shipyard.


All our inspectors have years of experience in eddy current inspection and are qualified to PCN standards.


Marine Inspection Services Ltd (MIS) are specialists in marine surveying, providing a worldwide service from offices in the UK. Our customers feel confident that they can rely on our surveys, undertaken by a highly experienced and qualified team.


Our philosophy is to never compromise on safety and quality. 

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Hull Condition Surveys / Steel Renewal / Pre Docking, Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement (UTM), Eddy Current Inspection (ECI), Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI), Ultrasonic Testing (UT), Liquid Penetrant (LPI), Steel Inspectors / Steel Repair Supervision, Coating Condition Surveys, Offshore Installations, Pitting Surveys, Rope Access under IRATA rules and Drone Inspection.