Industrial water treatment and filtration systems are designed by our in-house Engineering team in all our dewatering and water management systems. NCS Fluid Handling Systems for years has been known as the industry leader in API Tank testing and in pipeline hydro-testing not only because of our expert technical team as well as our teams ability to treat water with the utmost care and custody. NCS Teams always aim at the end of every test or dewatering scope to ensure the water is all returned to source or discharge location cleaner than originally withdrawn. Interesting note is that if test water was heated to prevent freezing during testing the water is cooled to source water temperature as it is released, preventing temperature shock to aquatic life or plants.
Fish screens on suction inlets ensuring that no aquatic life is affected.
Erosion control for discharge lines, diffuser, silt bags supplied by NCS.
Field Level Hazard Assessment such as – Safe entry procedures are followed with lifeline, retractable lines and life jackets mandated.
In Canada, pipelines are mainly constructed of steel, although NCS Fluid Handling System has installed many HDPE lines with fusing machines and at times temporary aluminum lines are used in during bypass during the construction of piping networks. Steel pipelines are formed by welding sections of pipe together. After welding steel pipe joints together, the seams are X-rayed to detect any flaws in weldment, the pipe is the coated and / or wrapped with a protective coating and / or cement and then is buried.
All pipelines, regardless of type, are inspected. NCS Fluid Handling Systems supports the important Hydro-static pressure test. Hydro-static testing is the process where the pipeline is pressured to a test pressure greater than the operating pressure, this pressure test is mandated before any pipeline is put into service. The NCS Hydro-testing support service may include the test water transfer for the pressure test, water filtration, suction inlet fish screens or specialized industrial water heaters during cold weather testing.
The Team at NCS Fluid Handling Systems is proud to be working to support the Municipal infrastructure construction activities and support the recovery, growth and expansion of the Canadian Energy Sector.
But, equally as important as a Canadian owned and operated business everyone at NCS is proud to be doing it by keeping all Canadians employed. This NCS Fluid Handling Systems group of dedicated project managers, technicians, designers and administrators has stayed together and grown over these past two and a half years by supporting each other as leaders, mentors and having each other’s back! Proudly they continue to grow the excellent service reputation the NCS Fluid Handling Systems name is synonymous with.