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Leak Detection, Isolation & Pressure Testing

Pipeline leak detection, isolation and pressure testing are important methods for ensuring the integrity and safety of underground pipelines. Here’s a general overview of the process:


Pipeline leak detection involves using sensors or other technology to identify and locate leaks in the pipeline. This may involve using acoustic sensors to detect sounds associated with leaks, or using pressure sensors to monitor changes in pressure that can indicate the presence of a leak.


If a leak is detected, it is important to isolate the affected section of the pipeline to prevent further damage or contamination. This may involve using valves or other devices to close off the damaged section of the pipeline and redirect the flow of fluids to other areas of the pipeline.


Pressure testing is a method of assessing the strength and integrity of the pipeline by subjecting it to high pressure and monitoring for leaks or other issues. This may involve using specialized hydraulic or pneumatic pressure testing equipment to pressurize the pipeline and monitor for pressure drops or other changes that may indicate a leak or weakness in the pipeline.

The specific methods used for pipeline leak detection, isolation, and pressure testing can vary depending on the type and size of the pipeline, as well as the substances being transported through it. Mainline’s team of experts always follow industry best practices and guidelines when performing these types of tests. All our personnel involved are properly trained and equipped to carry out the work safely and effectively. Regular testing and maintenance can help identify and address any issues before they become more serious problems.

Requirement Existing Service Rehabilitation & Repair
Specialist Service Offering Leak Detection, Isolation & Pressure Testing
Miscellaneous Civil Works
Foul Sewer / Stormwater / Sleeve
Water / Gas
Size Limitations Unlimited

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