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The Global Flow of Fluid and Gas Pipelines Need Inspection


The global flow of fluid and gas pipelines is still rising, and it has been proved that

pipeline are the safest and most economicallong-distance transportation system. 

In order to operate the pipeline safely and cost-effectively and extend its service life, 

it is necessary to ensure that both new and existingpipelines always utilize the most 

advanced technology.

Transporting dangerous liquids (such as crude oil and refined oil) 

through pipelines is extremely safe.

Efficient and effective infrastructure. This infrastructure is widely used. 

For example, transportation in the United States Report on dangerous 

liquid pipes issued by the Ministry of pipelines and dangerous

 materials safety administration (PHMSA)

  There were dangerous liquids or carbon dioxide pipelines in the United States in 2013.

192388 miles, gas distribution pipeline 2149,23 miles, 

natural gas transportation and acquisition systemhe pipeline is 320248 miles.

During the twenty years from 1995 to 2014,

 the major accidents caused by crude oil and refined oil reached 251 annually.

 According to the report, the average total number of barrels leaking during 

the same period was 72,930 barrels, resulting in a net loss of 27,953 barrels 

and an average property loss of $156,402,682. 

The main cause of pipeline failure is pipeline weakness or loopholes, 

followed by corrosion, and then the damage caused by the third party. T

herefore, pipeline inspection is essential. 

Wopson can provide all kinds of pipeline detection equipment for enterprises 

and consumers, facilitate timely detection of pipeline hidden dangers, 

to avoid serious accidents,causing unnecessary property safety losses.

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