Supplier: TEAM Industrial Services
Description: Innovative Solution for Launching and Retrieving Pigs Team’s Pipeline Pigging Wye is an innovative solution for launching and retrieving pigs. The primary purpose of pipeline pigging systems is to clean pipelines and to obtain vital information concerning the integrity of the pipeline. Most
Standards and Technical Documents - PIPELINE CICS - CORROSION DETECTION USING INTELLIGENT PIGS -- NACE 37252Supplier: NACE International
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Supplier: SONOTEC Ultraschallsensorik Halle GmbH
Description: The contactless pig detector SONOPIPE 12 is designed to detect pigs in pipelines. The detector monitors the passage of pigs during cleaning and testing operations in pipelines used for the transport of e.g. crude oil, liquefied gas or water. The pig detector can be easily upgraded at any time. One
- Instrument Type: Other
- Form Factor: Portable / Hand Held / Mobile, Monitoring System
Supplier: Dexter Magnetic Technologies, Inc.
Description: material. We have a wide expertise in the design of optimal magnetic circuits and can assist you in designing your next non-destructive testing system. We have designed pipeline inspection gauges (PIGs) for a range of pipe sizes, varying from ~5" to 36" and for operation at room
- Instrument Type: Material Condition
- Technology: Electromagnetic Acoustic Resonance, Magnetic
Standards and Technical Documents - Petroleum and natural gas industries -- Piping -- ISO 15649:2001
Description: This International Standard is not applicable to transportation pipelines and associated plant. EXAMPLE Pipeline pump station, pipeline compressor station, pipeline tank farm, offshore platform risers up to and including pig launching facility.
Standards and Technical Documents - HYDROSTATIC TEST WATER TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL OPTIONS FOR LIQUID PIPELINE SYSTEMS -- API PUBL 1157Supplier: American Petroleum Institute (API)
Description: and the full API Committee On Environmental Health and Safety. This questionnaire was in a spreadsheet format which is attached in Appendix A. Data was gathered for tests from 1990 to the 1st Quarter of 1997 for both new and existing pipeline hydrostatic test water discharges. A total of 172 tests (131
Supplier: CAMERON Valves & Measurement
Description: Applications Pipeline pumping stations and terminals, refinery bulk loading terminals, aviation and naval fueling systems, crude oil and refined products metering and measurement systems, pig launcher/receiver systems, other specialty applications in industrial process plants.
- Valve Size: 2 to 24 inch
- Connection: Bolt Flange
- Material of Construction: Steel
- Actuation: Manual / Hand
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SONOPIPE - pig detector and pipeline monitor
The contactless pig detector SONOPIPE 12 is designed to detect pigs in pipelines. The detector monitors the passage of pigs during cleaning and testing operations in pipelines used for the transport of e.g. crude oil, liquefied gas or water. The intelligent pipeline monitor SONOPIPE 13 enables product differentiation in pipelines carrying liquids. Similar to densimetry, various liquid products can be differentiated from each other by measuring the velocity of sound. Using the SONOPIPE 13... (read more)
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Industrial Pigging Technology
Pigging can be used, for example, to clean a pipe mechanically (pig with brushes), to check a channel (pig with video camera), or to inspect the welding seams of pipelines ( pig with eddy current sensors).
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity
Brown, G. “Latest Design Techniques for Dual- and Multi-Diameter Pipeline Pigs ,�? in Pipeline Pigging & Integrity Technology, Third Ed., J. Tiratsoo (Editor), Scientific Surveys Ltd & Clarion Technical Publishers, 2003.
Intelligent Robotics and Applications
Passive Ultrasonic RFID Localization for Pipeline Pigs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Technology
As submicron particles, migration of the black powder can cause product quality problems, as well as excessive wear and erosion on – for example – compressor pistons and valves, pipeline pigs , internal pipe walls, internal girth welds, tube turns, valve seats, orifice...
Recent Developments in Speed Control System of Pipeline PIGs for Deepwater Pipeline Applications
The objective of this paper is to review recent developments in speed control system of pipeline PIGs .
Overview of the design, construction, and operation of interstate liquid petroleum pipelines.
Pipeline pigs come in a wide variety of sizes and designs.
Development of inspection gauge system for gas pipeline
Wade, R. L. and Adams, J. R., 1995, An Inte- grated Approach For Pipeline Fitness For Purpose Determination Using Corrosion and Geometry Pipeline Pig Inspection Systems, Report, Nowsco Pipeline Services, Calgary, Canada.
Commissioning 8000 Km of Subsea Pipelines
The challenge was then to develop pipeline pigs capable of performing their task in both 42-in and 28-in pipes.
Dewatering And Commissioning The Uk Central Area Transmission System (CATS) Pipeline
The pigs were recovered on the Riser Platform using the pipeline pig launcher as a receiver.
Smart Pigging Philosophy
R. Hyatt, and J. Kiefner, “The GRI’s NDE Evaluation Research and Development Program for Natural Gas Pipelines�?, Pipeline Pig ~in~ and Inspection Technology Conference, 1990.
Research on Bypass-valve and its Resistance Characteristic of Speed Regulating PIG in Gas Pipeline
 I. Smith, et al, “ Pipeline pigs ,�? U.S. Patent 6098231, Aug. 8, 2000.
Garden Banks 388 Abandonment - Technical Aspects Covering Pigging and Flushing Operations
This was accomplished by installing a jumper line from the 12 ¾-inch gas gathering pipeline pig receiver at the SWF to the 12 ¾- inch gas export pipeline pig launcher at the SWF and separately to the 8 5/8-inch oil...
A Technique For The Assessment Of Pipeline Internal Corrosion By The Measurement Of Cleaning Pig Vibration
G.H. Smith, Vibration Model of a Pipeline Pig , unpublished, 2002 .