magnetic flux leakage Articles

  • Case study - Hetch Hetchy Water and Power Project (SFPUC)

    Service: Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) Client: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Project Date: 2007 to 2010 Location: California, USA Type of Pipeline: Water Transmission Main Diameter: 56-inch to 72-inch Pipe Material: Steel San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) operates three parallel cement mortar-lined steel pipelines 47.5 miles long, ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • San Diego County Water Authority Manages Steel Pipelines

    Utilities across the country are experiencing an increased rate of pipeline failures. In addition to problems precipitated by an aging water infrastructure, a lagging economy is affecting large-scale capital projects needed for repairing, replacing, and improving infrastructure. With funding gap estimates ranging between $200 billion and $1 trillion over the next 20 years, utilities must find ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • Debunking Murphy`s Law - Utilities address conditions to reduce risk of failure in aging metallic pipelines

    According to an adapted Murphy's Law, "anything that can fail, will fail." While that universal engineering law has been proven true again and again, many utilities are working diligently to reduce the risk of failure by taking measures to improve the service life of their aging ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • What’s New? Maximizing The Life Of Aging Metallic Pipelines With Modern In-Line Technology

    Maximizing the life of aging pipelines has long been a challenge in North America. Owners of large diameter water and wastewater infrastructure face particular condition assessment challenges, owing to factors such as financial constraints, environmental concerns and access restrictions, which compound the problem. While desktop studies can help identify pipes with a likelihood and consequence of ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • No Silver Bullet Technology For Pipeline Condition Assessment

    For utilities with large-diameter networks, waiting for failures to occur before repairing or replacing highly critical mains is not an option. With a large amount of buried water infrastructure reaching the end of its service life, operators have every incentive to take a proactive approach to asset management. Nowhere is this more critical than in busy urban centres. The fallout from an ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • Underground, underwater, under stress: Town of Longboat Key puts SmartBall tool to unusual pipeline condition test

    When much of your critical sewer pipeline lies buried under a bay of shimmering ocean water, the challenges required to assess its condition may seem daunting. That task faced the Town of Longboat Key, an affluent retirement community located on the barrier island of the same name off the west coast of Florida. Sensitive to environmental, health and safety issues, ...


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  • Introduction to Iran Spiral Company

    Iran SPIRAL COMPANY (ISCO) was established in 1991 East of Isfahan in the Segzi Industrial Zone at km 52 of the Esfahan – Naein Road. The aim was manufacture and supply of spiral welded line pipes for oil, gas and water usage. FEATURES OF ISCO ·         Having two simultaneous production mills gives more flexibility and faster ...


    By Iran Spiral

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