Our new generation CalScan Multi-Channel Caliper inspection tools range in size from 6" to 48". They provide accurate high-resolution information on as built pipeline geometry & physical pipeline defects. They are designed to identify and assess third party damage, and can act as a proving tool for other inspection equipment. Caliper tools meet regulatory requirements in USA and Europe, run in a variety of products, and provide services for nearly all pipeline systems: gathering, transmission, distribution and refineries.
Map and inspect your pipeline at the same time
An internal mapping survey is a cost-effective method for determining locations of each pipe joint, making subsequent excavation of defects easier and cheaper. It can be a reliable means of producing pipeline drawings when none are available from earlier construction. Our mapping tools can run through remote, inaccessible areas where conventional above-ground mapping surveys are impractical. Mapping can also identify areas of pipeline movement from land slips in mountainous areas, ship anchors in offshore waters, fast water currents in flood zones and earthquakes and tremors in seismically active areas.
MagneScan™ or CalScan™ with IMU
Pipeline mapping is carried out with an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) run with a MagneScan or CalScan tool with the unique ability to map its geographical location during a metal loss and/or geometry inspection. Data from an inertial mapping unit is combined with MFL and/or CLP analysis to provide the GIS coordinates of identified corrosion and/or dents in your pipeline. It can also identify pipeline displacement, which can compromise the integrity of your pipeline. The mapping tool is ideal when operating in remote areas, saving you time and money by reducing the amount of post-processing and mapping required, facilitating quick decision-making. Mapping tools are available in sizes from 6” to 56” inches.