COTTAM'S PIPELINE INSPECTION BRUSHES
Detect pipeline issues before they become a problem
Pipeline brushes designed and manufactured to collect the most valuable data to ensure pipelines are well monitored and maintained.
Pipeline Inspection Brushes
Our pipeline inspection brushes are specialised tools used to inspect and clean the interior of pipes. They are commonly used in the oil and gas industry but can also be found in other industries such as water treatment and chemical processing. When attached to a Pipeline Inspection Gauge (PIG) they are an essential tool for maintaining the integrity and functionality of pipelines, as well as for detecting any potential issues that may need to be addressed. The brushes are also designed to clean internal pipeline walls to remove any build-up of debris, corrosion, or other contaminants.
Our pipeline inspection brushes are a full metal component with bristles made from hardened, tempered wire and are available in a range of shapes and sizes suitable for different pipe diameters.
Features & Benefits
MAGNETIC FLUX LEAKAGE (MFL)
Key to MFL testing of pipelines is a quality, conductive metal brush from Cottam that provides the vital connection between diagnostic equipment and pipeline to ensure good data collection
PENCIL BRUSH TECHNOLOGIES
Typically, our inspection brushes are constructed of a metal (steel) core filled with Pencil Brushes. We have an array of manufacturing methods and material choices to configure the perfect brush design
Designed primarily for connectivity and endurance, with a secondary role to clean debris from pipelines, our brushes offer excellent value
We work with you to develop your brush needs into products that drive innovation, perform in the pipeline, and deliver the right results first time
Renowned for our product quality worldwide, our attention to detail gives you the confidence you are investing in the best brushes
Over 40 years’ experience of designing and manufacturing pipeline inspection brushes that have been successfully implemented on the most complex of projects around the world