Turbines and generators are important pieces of machinery that need to be properly maintained and repaired to ensure maximum service life and safety. Non destructive remote visual inspection of turbines with a video borescope is a cost effective and efficient way to inspect without having to disassemble a turbine. Steam and gas turbines run at extremely high pressures, and they need to be kept in good mechanical shape to efficiently do their jobs. Not only is efficiency a concern, no one wants to learn there is a problem with the gas turbine in their engine while in use, proper maintenance checks can play a huge role in ensuring the functionality and safety of these engines.
By Medit Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).
Every petroleum equipment provider and environmental company understands that it takes the right tools to do the job. Titan`s cloud toolbox contains everything your business needs to provide top-notch services, and scale those services across thousands of sites without adding staff. Use of Titan`s cloud helps create new rivers of revenue that will flow your way to feed your business for years to come. For starters, Titan can link you to your client`s ATGs so you can stay on top of their critical alarms and resolve most of these remotely in minutes. This makes you invaluable. If you offer environmental services, Titan`s software automates release detection from the ATG, manages and keeps you apprised of critical testing and inspection dates, reminds you when registrations and permits are coming due, and provides a dashboard in which to manage each client with ease. On the maintenance front, you`ll find no better tool to dispatch and manage work orders, perform monthly visual inspections from an iPhone or iPad, and keep your clients continually in the services loop with you.
By Titan Cloud Software, LLC based in Brentwood, TENNESSEE (USA).
Ground Penetrating Radar to Evaluate Rail Ballast, Sub-ballast and Sub-grade. Railroad maintenance and service providers have traditionally relied on visual inspection and excavation to assess ballast condition and measure sub-ballast and sub-grade. Ground penetrating radar is used to indicate ballast fouling and accurately measure the structural layers to a higher precision and in far less time than with traditional methods.
By Geomorph Instruments based in Piraeus, GREECE.
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