Metallic Pipe

Metallic pipes can be made of steel, ductile iron, or cast iron for municipal water and oil and gas applications and stainless steel, aluminum, and copper for industrial applications. Steel pipes used to transport water, oil, gas, chemicals, slurry and disposal fluids are often coated with cement mortar or polyurethane and lined with cement mortar, HDPE, or epoxy. Using our in-line See Snake Remote Field Testing (RFT) suite of tools, PICA can detect localized corrosion of metallic cylinders through a variety of internal liners in pipe sizes 3-inch diameter and larger in winched or free-swimming applications.