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The LIXI Profiler

For Pipe Inspection

The LIXI Profiler uses our proprietary technology, Radiometric Profiling, the only NDT technology that allows you to see everything you need to manage a healthy pipe system without touching a thing.

360° thorough scanning delivers the most non-invasive, cost-effective, reliable results for identifying areas of vulnerability.

This fast, real-time testing technique measures changes in a beam of gamma-ray energy as it passes through the sample being inspected. The beam source is positioned on one side of the pipe with the detector is on the other side of the pipe, measuring everything in between the source and detector.


P O R T A B L E

Calibrated in minutes

C O M P R E H E N S I V E

Effective on any pipe material

P O W E R F U L

Sees through insulation and piping

P R A C T I C A L

Easily used by rope access technicians


S C A L A B L E

For straight pipe, elbows, tees reducers, and all components

I N D I C A T I O N   S I Z E

Detects indications as small as 1/4″ diameter

P I P E   D I A M E T E R

Inspects pipe diameter of 1/2″ to 24″

W A L L   T H I C K N E S S

Inspects pipe wall thickness up to 3/4″



Tour Indications Detected by the Lixi ProfilerThe Lixi Profiler scans through any pipe material to detect areas of vulnerability.


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200 Test Locations

More tests per day means more info, less time on site and lower costs


360° Coverage

The most complete, thorough data set with real time information

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No Prep Required

See through insulation and piping; no pre-inspection removal or pipe cleaning


100% Safe

RP is non-industrial radiography – absolutely no radiation exposure

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86% Improvement

Early detection leads to high impact repair and loss avoidance


Best Value

Control assessment and maintenance costs today and well into the future


Radiometric Profiling - RP

Advanced Xray Technology

As seen in the figure, material is introduced between the energy source and an energy detector. The detector measures the amount of energy passing through the material (displayed as counts) and a pre-defined calibration allows for the conversion of detector measurements into calibrated values, typically expressed in units compatible with the material being tested.

The more material being measured, the lower the counts and the higher the calibrated value. There is an inverse relationship between detector readings and the calibrated values.

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