FAQ – Pre-Coated Pipe

FAQ

 

  • What size pipe does ACTS CSI offer with pre-coated or lined CerarMix™ technology?

    ACTS CSI has both the equipment and the CerarMix™ technology to line the interior and protect the exterior of any type of pipe as small as a 2 inch diameter to a 12 foot diameter and up to 60 feet in length

  • What are the uses for pre-coated or lined pipe?

    ACTS CSI provides pre-coated and lined pipe for severe-to-normal conditions offering long-term protection against wet/dry abrasion-corrosion cycles and heat such as:

    • Potable Water Transportation
    • Aviation Fuel
    • Oils
    • Wastewater
    • Sluice Lines, and more
  • What successes has CerarMix™ pre-coated pipe enjoyed?

    ACTS CSI pre-coated pipes are proving themselves through exhausting technical evaluations, third-party laboratory testing and successful field applications. ACTS CSI pre-coated pipe is quickly developing a loyal following from customers who have experienced better performance and extended service life.

  • What services does ACTS CSI provide in connection with pre-coated pipe applications?

    ACTS CSI pipeline specialists can provide the following services to meet your planning, construction and maintenance requirements:

    • Pre-planning initiation
    • Project feasibility studies
    • Fabrication (blow tanks, manifolds, flare stacks, OSHA weldments, flame arrestors, shower trailers, wash trailers)
    • Pipeline mitigation resolution
    • Protective coating of pipe and welds (for hydrocarbon transmission)
    • Pigging systems
    • Compressor/pumping stations
    • Tank batteries
    • Gathering stations
    • Environmental restoration
    • Health, safety, and environmental training
  • What services does ACTS CSI sub-contract?

    It may be advantageous to partner/subcontract with existing companies to accomplish the following activities surrounding pre-coated pipes offered by ACTS CSI. Here are some services we may engage a subcontractor:

    • Risk assessment (pertains to ISO 9001:2008 quality management systems. OHSAS 18001:2007 health & safety management systems. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FEMEA) and regulatory requirements for general health and safety.)
    • Comprehensive inspection services
    • Hydrostatic testing
    • Operational Oversight
    • Survey & staking
    • GIS mapping
    • Right of Way (ROW preparations)
    • Stringing
    • Ditching & excavation
    • Pipeline restoration services (removal of materials, compression of embankments, replanting of grass areas, clearing of roadways)
    • Horizontal directional drilling (HDD)
    • Conventional drilling
    • Cathodic Protection Systems(CPS)
    • SCADA Placement Services (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)
    • Pipeline system analysis
    • Welding
    • Compliance oversight

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