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Specialized PipeDiver® tool uses electromagnetic technology to identify wall loss on metallic pipes
Pure Technologies embraces research and development (R&D), with a strong dedication to continually develop new technologies and improve upon existing inspection systems.
Water Distribution Assessment Increases System Operability
To ensure the accessibility and quality of water services to meet the growing needs of the region, the Utility needed to conduct a complete assessment of their water distribution system.
Vancouver conducts condition assessment and risk analysis on critical main
This spring the coastal seaport city retained the services of Pure Technologies to perform a condition assessment and risk analysis of the Powell-Clark Feeder Main.
West Palm Beach takes proactive lead to manage force main network
As one of the three largest cities in South Florida, WPB is a vibrant, growing waterfront community with a population of more than 100,000
Tarrant Regional Water District utilizes Assess & Address® approach to manage pipeline network
Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) and Pure Technologies U.S. (Pure) have a long history of working together to keep the water transmission mains in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area in good operating condition.
Expect the unexpected during inline inspection runs
Over the past decade, several high profile oil and gas pipeline failures have shown that the consequences of a rupture can be extremely severe for both the environment and human life, and can result in billions of dollars in remediation costs. Because of all these negative consequences, governments have made it mandatory to conduct routine inspections on these assets to prevent catastrophic events.
Highly Qualified Pig Tracking Personnel Oil Gas
In order to reduce the costs of tracking and gain market share, pig tracking vendors will often cut a few corners by reducing the number of hours spent on training or lowering training expectations for its field technicians. By reducing the quality of tracking, tracking providers are then able to offer more competitive pricing.
Pipeline Integrity Management
Oil and gas pipelines have been around for well over a century, and some of the earliest constructed are still in service today. Although early pipelines were made of wood, and in the past few decades plastics and composite materials have increased in popularity, the vast majority of pipelines in service today are constructed with steel.
Oil & Gas Industry Under A Microscope
The oil and gas pipeline industry has been under close scrutiny for a long time. It leads the way as one of the most regulated industries in the world, and for good reason. With so many safety-related, social and environmental factors at stake, comprehensive regulation ensures rigorous standards for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of O&G pipeline systems.
Ping-ping, what’s that sound? Acoustic fiber optic technology helps identify problematic water mains
Acoustic Fiber Optic technology helps identify problematic water mains before premature ruptures cause unexpected urban geyers
Seven Georgia communities jump at opportunity to assess potable water network
Unlike many large, well-funded municipalities, smaller mid-sized communities often lack the financial resources to conduct proactive inspections on their buried infrastructure.