Historically tank and line testing has been used to meet regulatory requirements or because of a problem on site. This approach is changing. The vast majority of Leighton O’Brien integrity testing is now conducted by customers as a preventative measure to stop problems before they happen.
|New to Industry Sites||Buying Existing Sites||Contractors Installing or repairing equipment||Running your sites|
|Why Test?||Testing newly installed sites is your guarantee your UST is 100% tight, eliminating any costly rework of leaks after commissioning||Precision integrity testing ensures you’re getting what you’ve paid for||Eliminate expensive rework after commissioning and guarantee to your customer their site is 100% tight||Our UST testing services are cost-effective, easy, and reliable- so you always know exactly how your underground equipment is performing|
|Fact||We independently detect the smallest leaks in pipes and tanks before you concrete your new site||In large samples of the site acquisition testing, up to 20% of tanks and 15% of lines fail||Testing will also eliminate costly rework||Do you have
Our UST testing service is a mass-based, volumetric tightness process that records continuous readings from all parts of the tank and associated lines, providing real time feedback on system integrity.
Adding fuel polishing and restoration to our product line through Leighton O’Brien is another valued service to address fuel quality issues. We are extremely pleased with the design and efficiency of the units and provides a professional platform that fits our model well.Chris Biellier, Vice President
Leighton O’Brien is integral to our operation. We trust them to provide tank cleaning, testing and monitoring for our petrol stations around Australia. They are a smart engineering and technology company who I highly recommend.Terry Lunney, Manager – Assets, Facilities, Construction
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