Inspecting the UNinspected
CONDITION DETERMINATION AND PIPELINE LIFE EXPECTANCY
In a modern asset management organization authentication techniques are used to validate policy into practice. Without these techniques it is impossible to have grip on the performance and future failure of assets.
Inspection techniques are an essential link within the asset management cycle. By using our inspection techniques we contribute to operational excellence and a structural decrease of your capital costs.
INLINE INSPECTION (ILI)
Inline Inspection (ILI) ensures that every centimeter of the pipeline will be examined. By making use of various techniques and sensors we are able to detect leaks, provide insight into pipeline location and possible failure mechanisms. The techniques used are scientifically validated.
The Acquarius I stands for a versatile tool that provides a customized application tailored to your specific situation.
Tailored to your specific situation and needs
An inline inspection tool for ‘non-piggable’ pipelines
Currently applicable for drinking water and wastewater pipelines.
In development for asbestos cement pipelines.
With this new technique it is possible to inspect the entire length of pipelines internally.
The development of Acquarius I is the result of a cooperation with: Watercompanies Vitens, PWN, Brabant Water, Evides & Oasen, Wetenschappelijk onderzoeksinstituut Wetsus and co-financing of the Ministerie van Economische Zaken, SNN and Provincie Fryslân.
Curious about Acquaint and the Acquarius tool?
From 14 – 18 May 2018 Acquaint is present at the IFAT 2018, World’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, in Messe München, Germany. At IFAT, over 3100 exhibitors showcase all aspects of water supply and disposal alongside...read more
The ACQUARIUS I is developed by Acquaint in close cooperation with Wetsus, European centre of excellence
for sustainable water technology, and leading Dutch water utility companies PWN, Vitens, Brabant Water, Evides and Oasen.
The development of the ACQUARIUS I, the results of the pilot inspections in drinking water pipelines, as well as the advantages of the inline inspection tool were captured in a film.
Dutch Water Boards ‘Waterschap Aa en Maas’, ‘Hoogheemraadschap Hollands Noorderkwartier’, ‘Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg’, ‘Waterschap Zuiderzeeland’ and Acquaint B.V. worked together on development of an in-line inspection technique for Asbestos Cement (AC) wastewater mains.
The process of this pilot and its results were captured in a film.
Since the foundation Acquaint set up its business processes in accordance with the quality management system of ISO 9001 and the Dutch VCA* requirements for safety, health and environmental.
Acquaint is proud to announce that she is officially certified since October 2017 for ISO 9001:2015 and VCA* 2008/5.1 (Dutch certificate for Safety, Health and Environment). Both certificated are applicable to the processes related to the inspection of pipelines.read more