Pipeline Inspection Technology

Our comprehensive inspection techniques look at common challenges facing new and aging pipelines and assets. These techniques allow for an understanding of the current situation ensuring the successful performance of the pipeline network to meet the service needs of customers. In-line pipeline inspection ensures that every inch of the pipe is examined. By using different techniques and sensors we provide insight into leaks, pipeline location and possible failure modes. A focus on how different materials, infrastructure and performance are maintained is essential to manage the network.

Aquabrella

Aquabrella inspects pressurised pipelines, it is wireless (untethered), offers no resistance (free floating) and can be utilised without disturbance to the customer. Suitable for transition in diameter pipelines ≥DN600 (≥24”) and ideal for long distance pipeline inspections.

Acquarius I

Acquarius I inspects pressurised pipelines, using the pigging principle. It is non-destructive, flexible, wireless (untethered), offers no resistance (free floating) and can be utilised without disturbance to the customer. Suitable for transition in diameter pipelines ≥DN150 (≥6”) and ideal for long distance pipeline inspections.

Push-Pull

Push-Pull inspects pressurised pipelines, it offers full condition assessment and is flexible, non-destructive and relevant for internal inspection of short pipes. Suitable for diameter changes ≥DN80 (≥3”) and applicable in sinker pipelines.

Pipe Scanner

Pipe Scanner inspects pressurised pipelines, with dense mesh of measurement >0.01mm. It offers full condition assessment and is flexible, non-destructive and relevant for external inspection on location. Suitable for diameter ≥DN50 (≥2”).

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