Composite Repair before and after

4 Reasons To Use Composite Repair

Composite repair is a hand-applied fiberglass solution that bonds with high strength epoxy to repair damaged pipe and structures without performing hot work. No quality or strength is sacrificed in using this relatively easy-to-apply technology, and because there’s no hot work involved, you can drive cost-efficiency by not requiring a shutdown. In this article, I’m going to share with you …

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5 Ways To Optimize Your Turnaround

Reduce labor requirements by 50% and execute an uninterrupted turnaround using a 9-step process that ensures you’re never facing delays or unexpected costs. The “Turnaround Optimizer Process” is a process that anticipates all found work through detailed planning while getting clear on exact skillsets required so that crews are optimized across your project. This reduces the number of bodies you …

Bare pipe Internal corrosion

Taking Corrosion Detection Even Further

In our previous article on CUI, we shared a bracelet technology that you can place on your pipe that scans for outside corrosion underneath up to just over 2 inches of insulation. Today, I want to share two more bracelets – one that lets you detect internal corrosion on bare or near-bare pipe, and another that lets you scan concrete …

Easily Detect CUI And Get Instant Reporting

Scan your piping for outside corrosion without removing insulation using a bracelet probe that reports instant data you can act on. Corrosion under insulation occurs when water gets underneath the insulation and remains trapped. Unless you are able to see staining, you’ll never know your pipe is degrading. With the many kilometers of piping that most facilities have, this can …

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Laser Flatness Inspection

If you’ve used dial indicators for your flatness inspections before, then you know that is a slow, bulky process that only allows you to get a select few done due to time constraints. When checking flatness before a startup, you’re limited to a few critical flanges and are rolling the dice on the rest, hoping that no leaks show up …