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CASE STUDY

Pipe Inspection in Gas Pipe Pigging

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Results

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Pigging back-to-back 45° bends

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No launchers required

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Insertion as small as 22"

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Business Problem

Previously unpiggable pipelines were successfully navigated by a robot

It was crucial that pipelines were inspected for safety due to the natural gas pipeline being buried under a densely populated urban area. The pipeline hadn't been previously inspected due to their age; they were built without pig launchers or traps.

The pipeline had never been inspected due to several complications

The pipeline had never been inspected due to several complications

Sources: http://www.diakont.com/energy_services/home/manage_casestudy_read_more/4.html