JANX specializes in non-destructive testing (NDT) and non-destructive evaluation (NDE) of pipelines, facilities, and components.
During the last 35+ years, we have successfully inspected more than 15,000 miles of pipeline in the United States.
The 42-inch Rover Pipeline, designed to carry natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica Shale Plays to markets across the U.S., spans more than 700 miles. Two weeks before we began inspecting the new line in 2017, our project scope changed significantly. We modified our preparations and remained on schedule. In 2017, our team conducted Automated Ultrasonic Testing (AUT) via our advanced Rotoscan technology, and also inspected with Radiographic Testing (RT) technology.
The Dakota Access pipeline project, spanning nearly 1,200 miles, was designed to transport crude oil from the Bakken/Three Forks production sites in North Dakota to a storage and terminal hub in Illinois. Controversy surrounding the line’s location sparked months of on-site protests, making our work more challenging. Nevertheless, we completed our inspection safely and on time. Using our technologies, Rotoscan AUT technology and Rayscan Real Time Digital Radiography (RTR) technology, as well as (RT).
The Lone Star project, completed in 2016, includes 24-inch and 30-inch pipelines that carry natural gas from processing plants in the Permian Basin and Barnett Shale Play to the Texas Gulf Coast. This project required us to ramp up quickly to meet the client’s requirements, including more than 100 skilled workers. Our team conducted AUT with our proprietary Rotoscan technology, as well as RTR testing with our proprietary Rayscan technology. We used conventional RT, too.
The 400-mile Permian Express II pipeline, which transports crude oil from western Texas to Midwest and Gulf Coast Markets, was completed in 2016. We ramped up quickly to meet our client’s inspection requirements and successfully completed all work on schedule. We inspected the 20-inch and 24-inch pipeline with our proprietary Rayscan RTR technology.