Magnetized pipes are good for decorating, bad for welding

Collection of tools magnetically attached to a pipe, highlighting the challenges of magnetized pipelines that Industrial Degauss can resolve.

Magnetized pipes are good for decorating, but bad for welding!  Our IDMAG Pipeline Demagnetizer is easier to use and more effective than using welding leads. Get your welders the right tool for the job. Happy Holidays from all of us at Industrial Degauss. www.IndustrialDegauss.com

NYC: 20″ diameter, 3″ wall thickness

We received an emergency phone call on a Saturday morning from a contractor in New York City. They had already lost hours trying to weld a magnetized pipe, P22 20” diameter with a 3” wall thickness, in a power plant that provides electricity and steam to lower Manhattan. We quickly responded by mobilizing immediately and … Read more

36″ Pipeline in South Carolina

Industrial Degauss handled demagnetizing a 36” pipeline in South Carolina for a repeat customer. They were impressed with how the last job went and were pleased that we delivered on what we said we could do for them.

16″ Pipe in North Carolina

We met the client from this job all the way out in Calgary, AB; they then called us to do another job for them on a 16” pipe in Eastern NC (shown in the pictures). These pictures show the pipe with all of the shavings/fillings sticking up, clearly indicating the magnetism. Industrial Degauss travels around … Read more

Magnetized Steam Pipe 20″ diameter, 3″ wall thickness

Magnetized Pipe

A magnetized pipe at a plant which is a main producer of power & steam for Lower Manhattan caused arc blow and other welding issues. Industrial Degauss was called in for emergency service. Within hours we were on site and had the pipe demagnetized and ready to weld.

Visit us @ the 2019 Pipeline Pigging & Integrity Management Conference!

  Industrial Degauss will be exhibiting the IDMAG Pipeline Demagnetizer and our demagnetization services @ the Pipeline Pigging & Integrity Management Conference! Come check out our booth in person from February 19-21 in Houston, Texas to learn how we can help with any magnetism related issues.