National pipeline contractor Hanging H Companies announced the completion of a pipeline hydrotesting project for an Oklahoma-based Fortune 500 natural gas processing company. The company has also released an industry article, and media documenting the implementation of the project.
The industry article is part of an ongoing effort to build a comprehensive knowledge-base of technology and terminology in the pipeline industry, as well as news relative to the pipeline construction industry. This article explains what hydrostatic pressure testing is and how to perform hydrotesting of pipelines. This article is available at https://hanginghco.com/pipeline-hydrostatic-testing/.
Pipeline hydrotesting, or hydrostatic testing, is a standard industry process for pipelines transporting fluids under pressure. Pipeline joints and flanges require inspection, maintenance, and repair to ensure their defect-free performance under such high pressures. Hydrostatic testing is a non-destructive test performed during the commissioning of a new line, or periodic testing, and involves charging a pipeline followed by a detailed diagnostic of any pressure losses.
The project for Williams involved hydrotesting for approximately 3,300 feet of existing 26-inch pipeline. The video detailing the pipeline hydrostatic testing company's work is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mukEgeC_A5I.
Hanging H Companies provides hydrotesting services, as well as follow-up repair services, and possess many years' experience in these services on pipelines transporting petroleum, natural gas, and other hazardous chemicals.
According to a spokesperson for the company, "Today, pipeline hydrostatic testing is essential to ensuring the pre-operational and operational safety of pipelines and vessels. We are pleased to announce our successful work with Williams and believe that this comprehensive article and experience video showcases our expertise."
Hanging H Companies is a full-service pipeline contractor specializing in the construction of pipelines, distribution systems, stations, tank farms, and other associated infrastructure for energy, oil & natural gas companies across the United States. More information is available at the URL above.
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