Different Types of Inspection Plugs?

Insulation inspection port kits, also known as inspection plugs, are meant to simplify the process of inspecting and testing the surface of a pipe or vessel. A plug for inspection can be installed on the outside of any insulated pipe, vessel, or tank.

Features

Inspection plugs, once installed, allow quick access to the equipment without removing the jacketing and insulation. 

Insulation inspection port kits are offered in a variety of thicknesses, metal jacketing types, and service temperature requirements.

Benefits of Inspection Plugs

High Visibility

Save Inspection time

Save Inspection cost

Maintains a weather-tight seal to protect the insulation

Provides a consistent inspection point ensuring that future inspections are undergone at the same location.

Types of Inspection Plugs

  • Vessel Inspection Plugs

Inspection Plugs Seal is a non-destructive testing (NDT) product range for insulated and non-insulated pipe and vessels.This Plugs is used in Various application such as in Pipelines for chemical fertilisers, oil and gas, and refineries

  • Orchid Insulation for Inspection

Insulation by Orchid makes a simple inspection, inserts are employed as detachable insulation. During installation, the insulation inserts must be installed behind the plug, and when the inspector does the inspection, the plug must be removed from the piping / equipment, and the insert must be pulled by holding the strap attached to the top of the insert. These insulation Plugs help in Routine inspections, NDT, and visual inspections are all easily accessible. The insulation insert has a strap that makes it easy to remove. The securement of insulating elements inside the fabric covering is ensured by HT Fabric with HT thread comprising metal wire. The service temperature is taken into consideration when designing the inserts. Temperature of service – ins. Thickness chart. Insulation for hot, cold, and cryogenic pipelines and equipment.

  • Tapered-Tooth Master Plugs with spline gauges

Taper tooth master plugs with fit and wear lines are known as splined taper master plug gauges (TMP). During component manufacturing, Taper Master Plug Gauges are used to check the wear of Ring Gauges. Spline may also make Taper Master Plug Gauges with straight or helical spline. These Plugs are used in Involute, serration, and parallel gauge profiles as examples of spline gauge profiles (straight or helical). Thread Check Inc. offers tapered teeth master plugs with fit and wear lines for monitoring ring gauge wear during component manufacturing. 

  • Silicone Inspection Plugs

Silicone and EPDM Rubber are used to make these plugs. The locking edges are designed to secure the anchoring ribs while keeping moisture out. These plugs produce a watertight seal without the use of screws, O-rings, or caulk, significantly reducing setup time. This is a plug Under Insulation, it aids in the prevention of corrosion (C.U.I.) Moisture in insulation systems causes insulation to deteriorate and vessel or pipe corrosion, posing serious challenges. Inspection of the insulation and vessel on a regular basis is necessary to ensure the system’s longevity. These plugs produce a watertight seal without the use of screws, O-rings, or caulk, significantly reducing setup time. It comes in a variety of sizes: 1.5″, 2.5″, 3.0″, 3.5″, and 5.0″. They have been used for nondestructive testing (NDT) of insulated pipes and equipment.

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