Our cleaning and gauging pigs can be equipped with low-frequency transmitters.
We provide data loggers that record temperature, absolute and differential pressure and acceleration. In addition to temperature and pressure profiles, these data help determine locations of restrictions and debris deposits.
We equip measurement arms with individual sensors independent from each other and each having a separate signal channel.
Mechanical measurement arms are in direct contact with the pipe wall and cover 360° of pipe circumference.
We can do ILI tool run comparisons that are highly recommended for baseline surveys. This is a perfect reference system for future inspection data synchronization.
Providing pipeline operators with pipeline metal loss information helping to improve safety, environmental, and economic performance.
Latest generation MFL Tools – “True High-Resolution” systems. These tools are equipped with measurement systems based on the highest resolution.
We are a member of ComplyWorks and ISNetworld and have passed the required qualifications to be an accredited member.
Our integrity support helps to avoid production and consequential losses caused by pipeline failures.
Reliable detection and sizing of metal loss – and narrow longitudinally-oriented crack-like anomalies.
Tools can negotiate 1.5D radius bends and magnetize heavy wall thickness.
TFI tool can be run as a standalone tool or in combination with other inspection technologies, such as MFL, UT, geometry, and mapping.
Very few inspection companies provide UT In-Line Inspection services, and PIPECARE is among them.
Equipped with arrays of UT transducers covering 360° of the pipe circumference and thus the measurement system not only measures the remaining pipe wall but also sizing the length and width of anomalies.
Our tools have a modular design which is an approach that subdivides a system into smaller parts called modules that can be independently created and then used in different systems.
Our tool design uses the same UTCD sensor path for tools ranging between 12” to 32” with both longitudinal and circumferential options.
No need for a liquid couplant and a unique added value over UTCD method.
A unique added value over Direct Voltage Gradient ( DCVG) method. The testing data collected by the EMAT confirms to the POF 2016 and the Tool Performance Specifications.