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With critical components expected to function in environments as diverse as the North Sea or the North Atlantic Ocean, more regular testing is now required to ensure they perform in these extreme conditions.
During cryogenic testing, components are enclosed in an insulated tank and immersed in liquid nitrogen with 100% Helium as the search gas in order to simulate operating conditions. Our state-of-the-art data acquisition systems monitor for seat leakage, temperature and pressurisation.
Due to the potentially hazardous nature of cryogenic testing operations, safety is of paramount importance at all times and our specialist testing area is equipped with a dedicated control room and the latest in safety protection.
Hydrostatic Case Study
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During hydrostatic testing, components are hydrostatically tested with inhibited water (in accordance with API6D and ISO14313) to verify the body material strength of the component as well as the high and low pressure leakage integrity of the seat.
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