for Chemical Piping Systems
GGS understand the characteristics of chemical piping systems, how and where damage can occur, and how it progresses over time. This results in an approach that is specific to your environment and testing that is conscious of the functions of your system. Whether you are performing a routine assessment, evaluating for maintenance or need to learn more about suspect areas, our experience ensures pragmatic results.
Constituents of various process chemicals may contain highly reactive chemical components that can react with the chemical components of the process piping.
Companies that process reagent chemicals to produce other products are usually aware of specific corrosion attributes at their facilities. The biggest problem that these facilities face is knowing where the corrosion is occurring most rapidly.
Depending on the various processes involved in making a marketable product, many of the following damage mechanisms may be present: Erosion/corrosion, CUI, FAC, MIC, and cavitation.