Preventing pipeline failure?
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.
IN-LINE INSPECTION (ILI)
In-Line 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 in-line 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.
CURIOUS ABOUT ACQUAINT AND THE ACQUARIUS TOOLS?
From 15 to 18 January you can visit Acquaint at InfraTech 2019. The InfraTech is the biennial meeting place for infrastructure and takes place in Ahoy Rotterdam. The exhibition is subdivided into four themes. The themes are: Infrastructure, Water & Sewage, Public...read more
From 23 to 25 October, the Gat|Wat 2018 will take place in Berlin. This is the German trade fair and congress for the gas and water industry. Location is the CityCube – Messe Berlin.
Acquaint will be present at the Isle Innovation Pavilion. Siemen van der Heide will give a presentation during the Waterforum on the Innovation Day.read more
Rudy Dijkstra of Acquaint gave a presentation on the development of inline inspection tools for water pipes during the working visit of Prime Minister Rutte to WaterCampus Leeuwarden on Monday 20 August.
He explained the relevance of inspection technology for the entire water sector. The sector is facing a total investment of 12.6 billion euros in the coming years. With the technology that Acquaint is already using and the new techniques being developed together with Wetsus and various partners from the water sector, this amount can be reduced by 82%.
From 24 to 27 September 2018 the European Water Technology Week (EWTW 2018) will take place in Leeuwarden, the United Nations Innovating City for water technology.
Acquaint will be present on the exhibition floor of EWTW 2018, presenting its innovative inline inspections (ILI) for the water sector and expertise on condition determination and pipeline life expectancy.read more