The Benefits of Pipeline Direct Assessments

The Benefits of Pipeline Direct Assessments

There are more than 2.6 million miles of pipelines across the US. To keep these pipelines in optimal condition, engineers regularly perform a common form of integrity test called direct assessments (DAs) on them. DAs are a necessary part of maintaining oil, gas, and...
The Importance of Close Interval Surveys

The Importance of Close Interval Surveys

Close Interval Surveys (CIS) are just one kind of investment that companies can make to promote the integrity and safety of their pipeline systems. Some industries, such as industrial or gas and oil, require routine CIS to ensure company infrastructures uphold safety...
Pipeline Safety: What You Can Do To Improve It

Pipeline Safety: What You Can Do To Improve It

When you invest in a building, whether that be starting one from scratch or renovating a pre-existing structure, you should always put your money toward reliable processes and materials for the most cost-effective outcome. One major aspect of infrastructure that can...
Understanding Load Analysis in Engineering

Understanding Load Analysis in Engineering

Large infrastructures typically have various electrical demands for lighting, electricity, appliances, and other building components. Load analysis in engineering helps inform safe electrical infrastructure design and ensures that the electrical power source will be...
How Sacrificial Anodes Function

How Sacrificial Anodes Function

Cathodic protection is the most effective way to protect metal structures from the dangers and catastrophes that corrosion can bring. Cathodic protection relies on sacrificial anodes to function in order to protect structures from corrosion. If you’re curious about...