Pulp & Paper

Digester Inspections

Digesters begin the process of pulping

Digesters are the lifeblood of any pulping operation, kicking off the process both of creating pulp and also creating black liquor that fuels the mill. However, operating at high pressure and high temperature while being subject to caustic chemicals creates risks for the mill.

In order to mitigate these risks, regular digestor inspection is required in order to identify issues prior to equipment failure. Traditional inspection methods are dangerous and time consuming, requiring multiple people entering the vessel and taking significant amounts of time.

Gecko’s robotic inspection teams can evaluate every inch of your digester unit internally without requiring human entry the vessel, detecting areas in need of repair.

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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.

Experience Cantilever

A Gecko Robotics Inspection Provides:

1000X More Data

Certified Inspection Teams (UT Levels I, II, & III)

Turnaround in less than 24 hours

3D deliverable thickness map

Robotic and traditional hand held inspections

Intuitive web portal for in-depth data review

No need for costly scaffolding

150+ thickness readings per square foot (1600+ per square meter)

Full inspection of your silo in only 1 shift

See Our Robots in Action

Learn how we provide efficient, more in-depth inspection data compared to traditional inspection.

Watch our robots inspect assets, and gather more data at greater speeds. Gecko’s intuitive platform compiles data into an intuitive, easy to read, 3D thickness map.

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