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Inspect to Protect with Ingu Pipers and Pica Corp!

Did you know that approximately 40% of the world’s pipelines are difficult to inspect due to their small diameter or challenging structure? Each year, countless pipelines throughout North America face significant damage due to missed inspection and maintenance. Leaks, gas pockets, deposits and other issues that plague lines can, and often do, go undetected, allowing them to propagate and eventually fail. If your water or wastewater mains lines are among the many that struggle to find a viable and affordable inspection tool, PICA, in partnership with INGU, is proud to offer a versatile in-line inspection solution that has you covered. Designed to provide high-quality inspections with minimal disruption to active pipelines, “Pipers” are one of the newest innovations on the NDT inspection market and pack a big punch in a tiny package. Learn more about in-line inspections using Pipers with PICA below!

Pipeline Condition Assessment With PICA

The temperatures are starting to drop and the ground has slowly begun to freeze. With winter just around the corner, is your crew on top of your annual in-line inspection and maintenance routine? Each year, countless water mains across the world fall victim to undetected corrosion, pitting, and leaks that can lead to expensive emergency repairs. Whether you’re dealing with municipal water mains, force mains, raw or waste water pipelines, sudden bursts and failures simply aren’t an option.

Protect Your Water Mains and More with PICA Corp

Why PICA Corp. should be your Go-To supplier of Condition Assessment Services

If you put off water main inspection throughout 2020 due to the global delays and uncertainty that affected many of us, there’s no time like the present to get back on track and find out if there are any hidden surprises lurking beneath the surface. At PICA Corp, we know firsthand just how important regular line inspection and maintenance are when it comes to preventing the multi-million dollar disasters that make headlines each season.

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