The PRCI Hot Tap Toolbox Overview Infographic
PRCI Hot Tap Toolbox Overview shows you how and why Hot Tap and in-service welding are indispensable analytical tools for pipeline networks. However, welding on live oil and gas pipelines is technically demanding in the extreme. An erroneous thermal calculation in the Heat-affected Zone can take a critical asset out of service or, worse still, lead to a devastating accident. That is why PRCI Hot Tap Toolbox is a vital tool for engineers responsible for planning welds on live liquid and gas pipelines.
The infographic gives you the big picture of the value in this software package. The infographic shows you what Hot Tap Toolbox does, how it does it, and the benefits it provides to pipeline engineers and operators. Additionally, the infographic details what is included in the package and how it with other Technical Toolboxes tools on the Pipeline HUB (HUBPL). Download this infographic overview for a fuller understanding of how this software can benefit you.
Whether you are replacing a corroded length of pipe or performing a tie-in for a new network branch, Hot Tap and in-service welding are indispensable analytical tools for pipeline networks. However, welding on live oil and gas pipelines is technically demanding in the extreme! If you can’t weld in-service pipes, the alternative is the tremendous cost of shutting down a gas or liquid pipeline. It equals the lost product revenue plus the cost of the time to turn off, purge the pipe, perform the welding operation, and more.
Hot tap and in-service welding operations save time and lost product flow to achieve the same outcome. PRCI Hot Tap Toolbox (HTTB) is the solution that analyzes how to weld on pipelines full of highly combustible gas or liquid products safely and efficiently. Download this FREE infographic guide for the big picture of the interrelated HTTB features and benefits to pipeline welding and thermal analysis.
Download the overview to find out:
- What HTTB does
- How HTTB does it
- The benefits of analysis with HTTB
- What the HTTB package includes