Polygon’s leak detection service provides a non-destructive solution to finding hidden leaks. In contrast to traditional methods of large-scale excavation, Polygon utilise specialist equipment coupled with technical expertise to locate hidden leaks quickly and accurately, saving both time and money.
Polygon offers vast knowledge, experience and technical expertise in the total drying of the inside of gas pipes following hydraulic testing and pipeline maintenance during the shutdown of refineries.
Having supplied pipeline maintenance solutions and services to more than 20 industries globally Polygon understands that liquid droplets within pipelines can cause severe technical problems. Applying this knowledge most pipelines require a target dew point between -30°C and -50°C, below atmospheric pressure.
Through the use of high pressure units, Polygon is able to dry pipelines to reach target dew points, irrespective of pipe diameter and external landscape.
Polygon uses the latest proven techniques such as acoustic profiling, thermal imaging, endoscopy, Euroform or tracer gas technology to identify the location of leaks.
A Polygon technician will use one, ora combination, of specialist techniques to investigate the cause of the leak and identify possible sources.
Using this equipment makes it possible, in the majority of cases, to locate the leak to within a small area. This location will be clearly identified so that the leak site can be excavated and repaired, with minimal cost and disruption.
In most chemical or petrochemical processes, gas streams contain droplets. These droplets are caused either by condensation after cooling, generated by liquid injection in absorption or gas scrubbing processes, or by carry-over in evaporator processes.
To eliminate the droplets in these processes, highly efficient mist eliminator systems are important. These help to:
Industrial Leak Detection To eliminate the droplets in these processes, highly efficient mist eliminator systems are important. These help to:
Every project is undertaken by a trained engineer and Polygon has a number of specialist techniques for leak detection which include:
Prior to application, Polygon specifies a course of action based on a study of plant and process requirements. Following this a detailed specific engineering proposal is produced.
The competence and experience that Polygon’s technicians offer, guarantees that the most appropriate process is identified and used, resulting in leaks being effectively located and prepared for excavation. This reduces potentially costly and problematic damage.
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