Internal and External Inspection of Pipelines and Culverts
Clients traditionally use ROVs to perform steel storage vessel inspection, corrosion measurements of subsea pipelines, and similar work on support pilings. Our ROVs have a minimum penetration length of 300m and can have a maximum of 2000m enabling even the longest pipeline to be inspected internally
Council potable water pipelines, desalinisation plants, and reservoir pipes can all be inspected internally enabling us to find the exact area where leaks may be occurring, potentially saving millions of liters of water.
This tunnel inspection was completed to ascertain the condition of the valve separating two different assets. The client was noticing that the flow expected between the assets was not as high as it should be with the valve open. When the ROV found the valve we saw that its condition had deteriorated to the extent that it physically could not open 100% and was jammed at approximately 50%.
This was another pipeline inspection looking for a valve that had potentially failed, allowing water to flow backwards when the asset was supposed to be isolated.
This video is an inspection we carried out to determine if the roof of this flooded tunnel was secure or if there was evidence of potential fractures or weaknesses that could cause collapsing