Endurance testing typically comprises prolonged hydrostatic or gas testing conducted over a sustained period of time through the performance of repeated pressure cycles. This allows for real life operating conditions that a product is likely to experience over its lifecycle to be simulated within a condensed window.
While life cycling can be performed on any product within any sector in order to verify robustness, Tyne Pressure Testing has extensive experience in conducting endurance testing pressure cycling on electrical cable reels, pipe spools and various forms of sealing assemblies within the energy industry. We also hold expertise in conducting endurance testing on subsea oil and gas components as part of adherence to the wider testing regime called up in API 17D. Typical products considered within this segment include valves, actuators, hot stabs and complementary critical components that form the basis of subsea production systems.