Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Piping & tubing
February 1, 2011
Inspecting Underground Piping
First consider noninvasive methods to determine where excavation is — and isn’t — necessary
Brant Shields, PetroChem Inspection Services, Inc.
Piping integrity is always a major concern in the chemical process industries (CPI), but the level of concern elevates when piping is buried underground. Soil conditions not only exacerbate general external corrosion, but also increase the difficulty and cost...
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