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We use Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) process to identify and repair leaks in equipment used in industrial processes, such as pipelines and storage tanks. The purpose of LDAR is to reduce the release of harmful chemicals and pollutants into the environment and to comply with environmental regulations.
This involves the use of specialized equipment, such as infrared cameras, to detect and locate leaks in equipment. The aim of leak detection is to identify leaks as early as possible to prevent further damage to the equipment and the environment.
Once a leak has been detected, it must be repaired to prevent the release of harmful chemicals and pollutants into the environment. Repair work may involve the replacement of damaged parts, the installation of seals or gaskets, or the application of specialized coatings to prevent further leaks.
We keep records of all leak detections and repairs, including the location of the leak, the size of the leak, and the steps taken to repair it. These records are used to track the performance of the LDAR program and to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.
We offer training and education programs to educate employees on the importance of leak detection and repair and to provide them with the skills and knowledge needed to detect and repair leaks.
Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) is a crucial aspect of industrial processes, aimed at reducing the release of harmful chemicals and pollutants into the environment and ensuring compliance with environmental regulations.