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How To Properly Inspect A Flare Stack Guy WireDecember 27th, 2019 Author: Infrastructure Co
Robotic Flare Stack Guy Wire Inspection Service
A gas flare, also known as a flare stack, is a gas combustion device that are used in industrial plants such as petroleum refineries, chemical plants and natural gas processing
plants as well as at oil or gas production sites having oil wells, gas wells, offshore oil and gas rigs as well as landfills.
A flare stack or whats known as gas flare is a tall vertical vent pipe used in petroleum refineries as well as petrochemical plants, chemical plants, as well as natural gas processing plants in order to burn off flammable gas released by the pressure relief valves during unplanned over-pressuring of plant equipment.
RopeScan® is a robotic wire rope inspection service that locates loss of metallic area in wire ropes. Guy wire ropes are no accept ion. It is recommended that Flare stack guy wire ropes should be inspected every 18-24 months. These inspections are mostly visual or by drone. Visual inspections are just that visual and cannot help in determining issues and deterioration inside the wire strands.
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Infrastructure Preservation Corporation, IPC spent 6 years developing what is now the latest in wire rope inspection services. RopeScan® peers through steel cables to find corrosion or loss of metallic area. At the same time it conducts a visual inspection of the exterior of the cable looking for broken or splitting wires. No bucket trucks or manlifts required. The inspections are safer and provide asset owners with more quantitative data than ever seen before.
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