Industry leaders in petrochemical and oil industries alike have been setting some aggressive goals to reduce the need to put people into confined and hazardous areas - and Inuktun is right there with them. Take Dow Chemical Company as an example; they are targeting the complete elimination of Confined Space Entries (CSEs) by 2025. Gone (or should be) will be the days of having people perform remote visual inspection (RVI) from inside pipes, tanks, pressure vessels and other environments where people simply shouldn’t go. Here at Inuktun, we’ve always said that our IM3™ (Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular) technology is designed to assist people, not replace them, in their daily operations. Human and environmental safety continues to be a major concern for global leaders, and we’re excited to be part of the solution.
That’s exactly why we’ve developed STIK™, Inuktun’s Spectrum™ Tank Inspection Kit. By employing the power of this easy to deploy high definition (HD) camera system, operators and asset owners can now complete their tank and pressure vessel RVI projects faster, safer and more effectively. The STIK™ will be on interactive display at our first QUILL (Quarterly Inuktun Lunch and Learn) session taking place late April at our Pasadena, Texas, office; request an invitation to our exclusive event here.
Or, when other nondestructive testing data requirements are needed, our MaggUT™ economical miniature magnetic crawler is ready to perform ultrasonic testing (UT) for quantitative thickness measurements of capital assets. Direct human intervention is no longer required for determining the remaining useful life or structural integrity of pipelines, tanks, pressure vessels and other infrastructure commonly found in the power generation sector.
Keep out! Let’s make manned inspection a thing of the past, eliminating risk and increasing productivity. Together, let’s transform the future.