Tyne Pressure Testing performed hyperbaric ingress testing on a set of harnesses designed for a subsea environment within the oil and gas industry.Read case study
Tyne Pressure Testing is a recognised renewables pressure testing facility. We work with clients in the renewables sector when testing solar and wind turbine components.
Our test facilities can simulate high pressure testing in extreme environments. In compliance with API standards, this means that we can test and verify a product to operate under extreme, pressurised conditions.
Our hyperbaric chambers can simulate water depths down to 15,000 metres in depth, equivalent to 1,500 Bar/21,755 psi. This means that we can test and verify a product to operate under extreme, pressurised conditions. Hydrostatic testing is conducted in our environmental testing bays, testing up to 3,450 Bar/29,000 psi.
Other common testing for the renewables sector is nitrogen gas testing. This allows us to test components up to 2,000 Bar/29,000 psi. We also have the capability to pressure test components at temperatures ranging between -160oC and +300oC
If a client representative is required to be present during the testing procedure, our break out areas offer space to work whilst the product or component is being tested. Alternatively, if a client representative cannot travel to our facility, they can remotely log onto our IT system to stream live test data and video footage of their component being tested.
If you require pressure testing services for the renewables sector, speak to a member of our team.
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- API 6A, API 11 and API 17 compliance
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Tyne Pressure Testing performed hyperbaric cycles to test a series of ball valves to ensure that they could withstand the extreme pressures and temperatures of a deep sea setting.Read case study