Blueline Testing has the efficiency and capability to test a wide range of pipes including those for use in construction and industrial applications. We can undertake a range of pipe testing within our facilities and offer a comprehensive range of chemical and physical analytical tests for both rubber and plastic materials. We are experts in hydrostatic water pressure testing. We test all pipe materials particularly focused on HDPE pipe welds.
Irish Water Pipe Test
We provide experienced and skilled engineers who are experts in the testing of HDPE pipe welds to the associated ISO standards and technical specifications including the Irish water pipe testing requirements. All pipe welds tests are performed in accordance with WIS 4-32-08. You can be assured that all tests will be carried out safely, correctly, and accurately and with professional test reports provided in a timely fashion.
Plastic Pipe Test
Plastic pipes are an essential part of the water and gas distribution systems. We offer plastic pipe testing services to ensure that your products are thoroughly tested for integrity of the weld and the capability to handle the required pipe pressure.
HDPE pipe testing methods (high-density polyethylene pipe)
If your HDPE piping system is not installed and welded correctly it can result in pipe weld fracture resulting in costly leaks within the pipe network. The leak pressure test is to figure out any problems in the pipe system and [provide additional assurance to the client on the quality of the HDPE pipe welds and installation. HDPE pipe hydrostatic pressure test with water is preferred and is the recommended method.
HDPE Pipe Hydrostatic Testing
Hydrostatic testing is usually used for HDPE water pipelines. The test is performed by filling fluid into a piece of equipment at test pressure for a short duration which will check for any possible leaks. Once the equipment can bear the pressure and there are no leaks, then the test will pass.
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