How to detect that CUI has materialized on insulated piping, cues of vulnerability, and more – 30 specific things to look for.
Mechanical integrity and risk avoidance requirements include regular evaluations to be completed on systems to remain in compliance. This video explores the factors present today that highlight the importance of consistency and offers brief recommendations for action.
Recommendations and example scenarios for an effective ammonia refrigeration system evaluation.
The piping in your system covers a large footprint of the equipment that is susceptible to ‘deficiency’.
The safest, most logical testing for ammonia refrigeration provides data for compliance, early failure detection, maintenance, and more.
It’s a common misconception that pipes are in pretty good shape unless there is something visual on the pipe exterior that suggests otherwise.
Our team was at a fossil power plant in Texas for an annual pipe testing with our tool, the LIXI Profiler. As we walked through the plant, I stopped at a feedwater heater pipe that was about eight inches in diameter.
A six foot section of pipe at a beverage plant was perplexing – it had been welded into an older pipe, yet measured as thinner than the original.
After speaking to a group of plant managers at a national beverage company, one of them invited us to his cold storage warehouse in New Jersey.
Mike (System Operator): I manage the industrial refrigeration pipe system at a Midwestern ice cream manufacturer.