By using the UTR-EDR pig comprised of four sealing discs and two guide discs, it provides an effective seal that’s critical when separating dissimilar fluids or dewatering during hydrostatic testing.
The UT mandrel is very useful. Although it’s primary design feature is to house a transmitter located in the center of the
slotted universal mandrel, it can also accommodate virtually any configuration of cup, disc and brush. This also allows the
pig to clean and batch many dissimilar fluids.
Designed to negotiate 1.5D bends, the UT-EDR pig moves reliably through piping systems.
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Features & Benefits:
- By using the UTR-EDR pig comprised of four sealing discs and two guide discs, it provides an effective seal that’s critical when separating dissimilar fluids or dewatering during hydrostatic testing.
- The Series UTR-EDR is extremely effective, providing a thorough and deep clean.
- With repeated use, sealing discs can experience wear and tear. UTR-EDR pigs can still reverse direction without compromising sealing capabilities.
- To maximize durability, all discs are made from Reliathane, Apache's special blend of wear resistant polyurethane.
- Every series UT pig features a transmitter cavity in the middle of the mandrel to accommodate electronic pig tracking equipment
- Standard bumper noses cushion the pig and help to protect in-line auxiliary equipment, preventing damage.
- Circular flange brushes in the following types and trim materials
- 1. Trim types – flat wire or pencil.
- 2. Trim material – carbon steel, stainless steel or plastic.
- CARVER discs.
- Aluminum gauge plates in slotted or standard styles.
- Magnets can be used to either collect ferrous and other construction debris, or they can be used to provide a change in magnetic field required by non-intrusive pig signaler detection devices.