Pipeline Drying Tools
In the early days of pipeline drying and station drying, almost all hydrostatic test water was either blown to the ground or blown to atmosphere. Today, most standing water in the pipeline has to be moved from the pipe to something like a frack tank. In those circumstances where not all of the water can evacuated to tanks and the pipe to be dried is holding a significant volume of water, it must be removed somehow in order to dramatically reduce drying time. When cleaning or dewatering pigs cannot be used, you must have some other tricks up your sleeves in order to remove the water. When you have a moment, please take a look at some of the unique methods and tools we offer to remove standing water rapidly. We hope you will not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.
Have you ever seen water pulled from a pipe? As you can see from our photos, we can do it. There are two reasons we dry compressor stations and meter stations twice as fast as any company in the industry.
We provide the highest volume of super dry air per square foot.
We can remove more standing water faster with our unique tools than anyone in the industry. We look forward to discussing any and all drying needs you may have.