Every day, billions of gallons of water are transported within pipelines across counties and municipalities. Damage to these vital networks puts our water lines and our communities at risk. By performing regular inspections on your pipelines, you can implement essential repairs and replacements before an unexpected disaster occurs. Fortunately, PICA Corp. is here to help your operations ensure that your pipeline is in top-notch condition. Our team uses various pipeline inspection tools and technologies to guarantee reliable and accurate data so you can make informed decisions regarding your water and wastewater lines. Below we'll discuss why performing a pipeline condition assessment is vital and how PICA Corp.'s technology-driven tools can help. Keep reading to find out more!
Across various industries, pipeline failures have been a significant challenge. Leaks, gas pockets, corrosion, deposits, and other issues can easily go undetected if your pipelines are not carefully inspected with the right tools. At PICA Corp., our experienced technicians utilize the latest pipeline inspection tools to ensure your pipelines are in safe working order. Below we’ll discuss the latest tools PICA Corp. uses to inspect your pipelines and why RFT technology is superior for these inspections. Continue reading to find out more.
The transportation of drinking water and wastewater is vital for numerous municipalities and industries. Ensuring the pipes that carry that water are in prime condition is critical for the safety of local communities, workers, and businesses. An unexpected pipe failure can spell disaster for your operations. The best way to prevent an unexpected pipeline failure is to perform regular inspections with a trustworthy and reliable provider like PICA Corp. Below, we will discuss why pipeline inspections are critical for your business and the many industries PICA Corp. services. Continue reading to find out more!
Regular inspection is critical to maintaining any pipeline or piping system in the oil and gas industry. While exterior examinations can identify surface-level corrosion and dents, internal inspections can reveal hidden threats to your pipes and allow you to proactively address pipe distress before it causes failure. However, finding the right tools for in-line pipeline inspection can be challenging. While plenty of tools are available today, very few can give complete, accurate and timely information in the most demanding conditions.
Across all industries and sectors, water pipeline inspection remains a significant challenge for owners and operators. In addition to challenges posed by interrupting water service to conduct testing, approximately 40% of water pipelines are difficult to inspect due to small diameter pipes, internal deposits, and other obstacles. As a result, corrosion, leaks, gas pockets, deposits, and other issues often remain undetected, ultimately resulting in unexpected downtime and costly emergency repairs.