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Leak Detection

Pipeline leaks can have serious consequences including threats to human safety, damage to the environment, property and reputation, not to mention the financial loss through fines and clean-up costs.

For maximum efficiency it’s important that pipeline operators have a leak detection system (LDS) that they can rely on and ensure that they can detect leaks quickly, locate leaks accurately, issue minimal false alarms, be easy to retrofit, work effectively under all operating conditions and use sensors with high reliability and low maintenance.

Since its release as the first statistical corrected volume balance system in 1995, Atmos Pipe has been at the forefront of leak detection technology. However, we recognise that one size does not fit all industries and as a result we provide multiple leak detection systems to suit any pipeline or industry.

For oil pipelines

Our products provide valuable information about leak size, location and amount of product lost when a leak occurs. We use a variety of field-tested methods including flow balance, negative pressure wave (NPW), model-based methods and pressure step to provide effective leak detection and location.


For gas pipelines

Gas pipeline operators need to be able to monitor the entire network with accurate information. Rapid detection of any gas pipeline leaks is critical to prevent any potential disasters.


For chemical pipelines

While pipelines are the safest form of transportation for chemicals there is still a responsibility to prevent damage to people, property and the environment as well as protecting your reputation. A reliable leak detection solution is invaluable to help mitigate these risks.


For water pipelines

A leak in a water pipeline can be costly, especially with the cost of having to pay for ’lost’ water’ before it reaches consumers. However, these losses are often difficult to find, therefor accurate and reliable leak detection systems are hugely beneficial to reduce water loss.


For aviation pipelines

The consequence of hydrant leaks in an airport can be very high, potentially resulting in fuel contamination, delayed or cancelled flights, safety implications and significant financial costs. Our tightness monitoring systems test for leaks in the shortest time possible.


For mining & slurry pipelines

Pipelines have economic and environmental advantages, however, due to the abrasive products transported it can cause erosion and ruptures. To maintain environmental commitments, mining and slurry companies should look to implement a reliable and accurate leak detection system.


Is your pipeline multi-phase?

Due to the combined mixtures, multi-phase pipelines are more likely to have a reaction and cause corrosion which can lead to pipeline ruptures and leaks. Leaving undetected can have a detrimental impact. The same as midstream and downstream pipelines, multi-phase pipelines should be given the same priority for leak detection.

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