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Boilers Require Regular Inspection

As boilers operate, they are exposed to various forms of degradation. Boiler tube damage mechanisms include under deposit corrosion, sliding ash erosion, sootblower erosion and sulfidation corrosion. To ensure efficient and safe boiler operations, water-wall tubes require regular inspections and maintenance. Gecko Robotics gathers increased and more accurate thickness data, allowing you to make proactive maintenance decisions that reduce downtime and increase productivity.

Gecko’s inspection robots can perform ultrasonic, visual, and magnetic lift-off inspections to identify degradation patterns before costly downtime occurs.

We believe in using the best tools for the job. That's why we build our own robots.

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Our robots feed data to our software. Patented deliverables provide the most complete assessment and predicts future failures of your asset.

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What the Gecko Robotic Inspection Team Accomplishes

SAFETY
10X FASTER
1000X More Data
50% FEWER INSPECTORS
Certified Inspection Teams (Level I, II, & III)

Mobilization in 24-48 hours

3D thickness map of your boiler

Robotic and traditional manual inspections 

An intuitive web portal for in depth data review

Limited to no scaffolding required

70 thickness readings per linear foot on average

Reduced inspection time

Toka 4 Tech Specs

4 HD Visual Cameras
60 ft/min
32+ Transducers

Case Study:
Boilers

Read about how a Kentucky power plant increased their data collection to help make short- and long-term decisions for their plant

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