Detecting Dents in Pipelines

Denting of pipelines is a significant challenge faced by those in the Oil & Gas industry, due to the thin-walled steel commonly used to make the pipe. Handling and construction can often result in dents that leave the pipe vulnerable to costly repairs or pipeline failure if left undetected for a long period of time.

Detecting Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) Damage in Pipelines

With the continuous aging of Oil & Gas infrastructure, Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) has become increasingly important to prevent catastrophic failures. A new innovation that allows for the safe screening of large areas of piping for internal and external damage mechanisms is now available. Electromagnetic technology has become a method of choice, with well established inspection procedures for piping, tubing, and plates applicable to a wide range of materials.