Aquamat338308364 TD Williamson France

Commerce de gros de fournitures et équipements industriels divers

11 rue de l'Atome (ZI) 67800 Bischheim

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Chiffre d'affaires 2018

16,5 M€

Président

Gregory

F.

Effectif 2018

57

Ancienneté

33 ans

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TDW continues to develop its broad spectrum of technical experience, turning first-hand field experience and problem solving knowledge into a continuously refined offering of customized services and state-of-the-art equipment.
A privately held company, TDW has maintained a reputation of excellence for almost a century by adhering to three core values that define us as a company. These… values are called the “Three I’s.” 1. Integrity means we build trust by doing the right things the right way, all the time. 2. Interdependence means we are mutually reliant on each other to achieve our common goals. 3. Initiative means we see opportunities, have the courage to take action and deliver results. At TDW, we are committed to protecting the health and safety of our personnel, others involved in our operations, customers, and the general public within the communities in which we operate. We are also committed to maintaining a standard of excellence in environmental care. We expect that each employee will have the same level of commitment to health, safety, and environmental excellence. Afficher la suiteSource : Facebook

TDW, the world’s most recognized name in the pipeline industry providing Pigging, HT&P and Inline Inspection solutions for onshore and offshore applications.Source : Twitter

TDW, the world's most recognized name in pipeline equipment and services, delivers solutions for onshore and offshore applications. Hot tapping, plugging, pipeline cleaning, inspection and pigging for any pipeline system, anywhere in the world.

With over 50 years of expertise in the development of Pipeline Services, TDW provides an aggressive line of cleaning pigs, launching and receiving systems, geometry inspection services, environmentally friendly detergent-based cleaning fluids, tracking equipment, cutter repair, drying service, hydrostatic testing, online cleaning, pipeline cleaning, welding, plus field support personnel and equipment to meet your specific pipeline applications.Source : Youtube

Pipeline problems, meet pipeline solutions. TDW designs, develops and manufactures equipment and provides pipeline services for onshore and offshore applications.Source : Site web

Réalisation de prestations de maintenance de tous réseaux de transport de fluidesSource : BODACC

La société Aquamat possède 3 marques déposées, dont AQUAMAT, SMPA et PIEDFORT. L'adresse de la société est située dans la ville de Bischheim. Cette société a pour numéro de TVA : FR39338308364. La structure dénommée Aquamat a pour secteur d'activité principal le commerce en gros de fournitures et équipements industriels divers. En ce moment Gregory F. est le Président de la structure depuis 2019. La société est en activité depuis 33 ans. Le SIREN de la société Aquamat est : 338308364. Une certification a été délivrée à cette entreprise, ISO 9001. Le chiffre reflétant l'indice de confiance qui a été établi pour cette entreprise est de 95 sur 100. En 2018, la société Aquamat employait 57 salariés. Cette structure est relativement présente sur divers réseaux sociaux notamment Facebook et Twitter. Vous pouvez identifier la page Facebook de cette structure sous l'appellation de 187316909182 et sur Twitter sous l'appellation de td_williamson. Une entreprise assez dynamique sur les réseaux, elle compte 15548 followers sur son compte Twitter et 260000 likes du côté de sa page Facebook.

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  1. Type Société anonyme à conseil d'administration (SA)
  2. Sigle TDWFRANCE
  3. Date de création 16/06/1986
  4. Effectif 57 (2018)
  5. Capital social 500000€ (Source RCS)
  6. Chiffre d'affaires 16,5 M€ (2018)
  7. TVA intercommunautaire FR39338308364
  8. Numéro de SIREN 338308364
  9. Code NAF Commerce de gros (commerce interentreprises) de fournitures et équipements industriels divers (4669B)
  10. Statut SIRENE Active
  11. Statut RCS Immatriculée (29/07/1986)

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Âge moyen des dirigeants

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Durée moyenne de mandat

4 MOIS

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    2019 - Présent

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Chiffre d'affaires, bilans Aquamat (3)

Durée de l'exercice comptable : 12 mois

Comptes incomplets selon l'INPI

Chiffre d'affaires

16,5 M€

1,7 %

Résultat net

408 k€

-50,7 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

476,3 k€

-48,3 %

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Chiffres clés

Chiffre d'affaires

16,5 M€

1,7 %

Le chiffre d'affaires de cet exercice est proche du précédent.

Résultat net

408 k€

-50,7 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

476,3 k€

-48,3 %

L'exploitation génère de la trésorerie, mais très insuffisamment au regard du niveau d'activité.

Taille du bilan

26,9 M€

-1,7 %

Fonds propres

22,3 M€

1,9 %

Cette entreprise présente des fonds propres nettement supérieurs à la plupart des entreprises à chiffre d'affaires égal.

Trésorerie nette

24,8 k€

-37,9 %

L'entreprise consomme quasi-intégralement (99,8%) son fonds de roulement, de sorte qu'elle garde peu de marge de manœuvre en matière de trésorerie.

Ratios financiers

Rendement des fonds propres

3,2 %

-40,3 %

Cette entreprise réalise un bénéfice avant éléments exceptionnels et impôts sur les sociétés et a des fonds propres positifs ; ce chiffre peut donc être interprété comme un rendement du capital investi.

Equilibre financier

172,8 %

Autonomie financière

82,7 %

3,7 %

Les fonds propres dépassent la moitié du passif de l'entreprise, ce qui lui apporte de la robustesse.

Liquidité générale

3,8

7,4 %

Délai moyen clients

72 jours

À la date d'arrêté des comptes, les créances clients représentent entre 2 et 3 mois de chiffre d'affaires, à cause peut-être de délais de paiement supérieurs à la limite réglementaire, quoique acceptables.

Délai moyen fournisseurs

65 jours

8,3 %

À la date d'arrêté des comptes, les dettes envers les fournisseurs représentent entre 2 et 3 mois d'achats, ce qui est plus que ce qui est prévu par la loi (si c'est représentatif des délais de paiement), mais reste acceptable.

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  • Modification

    19 nov. 2019

    T D WILLIAMSON FRANCE SAS a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    Président : FLOREAN Gregory ; Commissaire aux comptes titulaire : PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS AUDIT.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    29 août 2019

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2018, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    5 août 2018

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2017, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Modification

    17 déc. 2017

    TD WILLIAMSON FRANCE SAS a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    président : DESAEGHER (Johan, Guillaume, Solange) ; commissaire aux comptes titulaire : PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS AUDIT.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    7 déc. 2017

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2016, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    13 sept. 2016

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2015, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Modification

    26 nov. 2015

    TD WILLIAMSON FRANCE SAS a renouvelé tout ou partie de ses dirigeants ou de son administration. Celle-ci devient :
    président : DESAEGHER (Johan, Guillaume, Solange) ; commissaire aux comptes titulaire : PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS AUDIT ; commissaire aux comptes suppléant : NICOLAS (Yves).

  • Dépôt des comptes

    24 oct. 2015

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2014, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    8 sept. 2014

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2013, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    1 sept. 2013

    L'entreprise a enregistré ses comptes annuels et rapports, clos au 31/12/2012, auprès du tribunal de commerce ou d'instance.

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Marques déposées (3)

  • AQUAMAT

    30 mars 1998

    30 mars 2028

    Marque renouvelée

    SMPA

    23 déc. 1982

    23 déc. 2022

    Marque renouvelée

    PIEDFORT

    23 déc. 1982

    23 déc. 2022

    Marque renouvelée

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Classe principale

Les 5 classes les plus utilisées sont les classes 09, 07, 06, 37, 17. Une des 5 classes les plus utilisées est "Appareils et instruments scientifiques ou optiques ou d'enregistrement".

ClassesNb de marques
09 3
07 3
06 3
37 3
17 3

Adresses Aquamat (4)

  • Aquamat - Siret : 33830836400011 (siège social)

    Actif

    11 rue de l'Atome (ZI) 67800 Bischheim

    Commerce de gros (commerce interentreprises) de fournitures et équipements industriels divers (4669B)

    16 juin 1986

    20 à 49

    Siret : 33830836400086

    Actif

    1 rue Jean Mermoz (ZAC Entree Sud) 95500 Gonesse

    Travaux d'installation d'eau et de gaz en tous locaux (4322A)

    31 janv. 2019

  • Siret : 33830836400078

    Actif

    61 avenue de Magudas 33185 Le Haillan

    Travaux d'installation d'eau et de gaz en tous locaux (4322A)

    1 janv. 2008

    Siret : 33830836400060

    Actif

    13 rue de l'Atome (ZI.) 67800 Bischheim

    Travaux d'installation d'eau et de gaz en tous locaux (4322A)

    1 juil. 2006

  • Siret : 33830836400052

    Fermé

    (Boulac Dauphine) 33127 Saint-Jean-d'Illac

    Commerce de gros (commerce interentreprises) de fournitures et équipements industriels divers (4669B)

    1 févr. 2010

    3 à 5

    31 janv. 2019

    Siret : 33830836400045

    Fermé

    3 avenue de Magudas 33185 Le Haillan

    Commerce de gros (commerce interentreprises) de fournitures et équipements industriels divers (4669B)

    1 janv. 2006

    1 févr. 2010

  • Siret : 33830836400037

    Fermé

    11 avenue Dubonnet (Doublon Bat B 7Eme Etage) 92400 Courbevoie

    1 janv. 2000

    25 déc. 2001

    Siret : 33830836400029

    Fermé

    13 avenue Ampere (ZI) 91320 Wissous

    31 mars 1998

    31 août 1999

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  • Differential Diagnostics: Pipeline Mechanical Damage, Ep. 5

    27 juin 2016

    By combining the enhanced technology of the Multiple Dataset platform, or MDS, with advanced analytics, T.D. Williamson gives pipeline operators more information than ever about the severity of pipeline defects from mechanical damage. In Episode 5, learn how the prioritization process works. Then download our sample Mechanical Damage Prioritization Report. http://ow.ly/OZkk301uIfa __________ SCRIPT: In the pipeline industry, the risk of mechanical damage is a daily reality. And when mechanical damage does occur, it can be widespread. That means operators need more than damage notification. They need details. Where is each defect located? Exactly what kind of damage occurred? Plain dents? Or interactive defects like dents with metal loss? Dents with gouging? Or any of those scenarios with dent re-rounding? Essentially, operators need a comprehensive mechanical damage assessment method that allows them to prioritize repairs and invest time and resources where they’re needed most. The Multiple Dataset platform, or MDS, addresses that need. The MDS platform enables comprehensive interactive threat detection – providing necessary information for advanced analytics. This innovative technique leverages all available datasets, generating inputs to a sophisticated mechanical damage prioritization system developed by Battelle. The binary Decision Tree was the result of research defined in “The Manual for the Detection, Classification, Analysis and Severity Ranking of Mechanical Damage Defects.” It is considered a pipeline industry standard for developing mechanical damage priority classifications using multiple inputs. The Battelle methodology adds considerable value to the prioritization process because it accounts for interacting pipeline threats and their potential to impact overall severity. Using MDS Platform capabilities, further enhancements have been made to the model –addressing strain, proximity to welds, and presence of axial metal loss, to name a few. By the time the classification process is complete, operators have a comprehensive report on each mechanical damage feature identified: This report gives every location a priority ranking based on its severity, allowing pipeline operators know to where to focus time and resources. The question is: What kind of impact do these priority reports have on operators’ ability to protect their pipelines’ integrity? Differential Diagnostics. The power to know more. SEE THE DIFFERENCE.

  • Hot Tapping and Plugging Transmission Lines

    6 juin 2016

    TDW Services, Inc., provides an unmatched level of piping system services and is 100% responsive to the ever-changing needs of its diverse customer base ranging from transmission pipelines

  • Differential Diagnostics: Pipeline Mechanical Damage, Ep. 1

    25 mai 2016

    Episode 1 of Differential Diagnostics introduces the top cause of pipeline failures, mechanical damage, and explains why it’s such a huge problem in the industry. When mechanical damage strikes, it puts pipeline owners and operators in a race against the clock to figure out exactly where it occurred and repair it before pipeline failure occurs. But finding the damage only is part of the challenge. To download the video’s companion resource, Mechanical Damage Severity Ranking, go to http://ow.ly/AYTj300zxyn _______ Script: Of the many threats that can affect hazardous liquid and natural gas pipelines, mechanical damage is one of the most dangerous – and most common. Mechanical damage can lead to cracking… leaks… and, worst of all, ruptures. In some cases, more than one type of damage will be present at the same location: an “interactive” threat. For instance, mechanical damage can result in a dent… possibly with metal loss… or with gouging. Efforts have been made – mainly through education and monitoring – to reduce instances of mechanical damage by third parties. But damage still occurs. In fact, according to Pipeline Research Council International and the European Gas Pipeline Incident Data Group, the leading cause of pipeline failures in North America and Europe is mechanical damage caused by third-party excavation. And the group Conservation of Clean Air and Water in Europe reports that, since 1971, “third-party interference” is the main cause of failures in European cross-country liquid pipelines. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration – or PHMSA – tells a similar story: During the past 2 decades, excavation damage has caused more than 11 hundred significant pipeline incidents — one-fifth of all such incidents — on hazardous liquid and natural gas transmission pipelines, both offshore and onshore. Clearly, mechanical damage to pipelines is a significant challenge for the oil and gas industry. Let’s look at a common scenario. Say there’s a pipeline operator who – having previously inspected a section of a forty-year-old transmission line – knows the section has several hundred dents. The dents are there, without a doubt. But the data is not sufficient to know which dents are most problematic. And dealing with all of the dents at once is not possible. What the operator needs is a way to quantify the severity of each dent. Then the operator would know which dents are truly the most threatening to the pipeline’s integrity and deal with those immediately… without spending precious time or resources on non-critical damage. So the question becomes…How can the operator prioritize those dents? To be continued… Differential Diagnostics The power to know more See the difference

  • Differential Diagnostics: Pipeline Mechanical Damage, Ep. 3

    7 juin 2016

    Detecting mechanical damage is the first step in reducing its effect on your pipelines. Individual inspection tools provide meaningful data, but with limitations. In Episode 3 of the TDW series, Differential Diagnostics, see the pipeline assessment options available today and learn about the technological advances made in improving damage detection. Then download the free TDW companion infographic, 4 Steps of Pipeline Integrity. Find it here: http://ow.ly/DWIM3011utN _________ SCRIPT: Dents. Strain. Re-Rounding. Metal loss. Gouges. Cracking. Pervasive threats from mechanical damage that increase the possibility of pipeline failure. These risks can be reduced. The first step? Detecting the anomalies that compromise pipeline integrity. There are numerous powerful inline inspection technologies to pinpoint particular threats from mechanical damage. Like Deformation technology, used to find dents and ovalities … High field magnetic flux leakage technologies, for identifying and sizing axially or circumferentially oriented features … Low field magnetic flux leakage, to spot residual stresses resulting from dent re-rounding … And acoustic technologies that can detect cracks and other flaws. Each produces information essential to managing pipeline risk. But as defined by industry standards such as NACE standard practice zero one zero two, and API recommended practice eleven sixty, individual inspection technologies have certain limitations, too. Due to these limitations, delivering a more complete picture of pipeline conditions would require each technology to be run one after another, or in pairs. That means more risk, more expense, more time spent, and inconclusive results. And without a complete picture, uncertainty remains around interactive threats and which to address first. So work on a high priority defect might be deferred, increasing the probability of pipeline failure. That scenario can be avoided, however. Advances in inspection technology have made it possible for operators to run multiple technologies on a single platform — in a single run. This inspection system facilitates identification of various mechanical damage attributes… such as denting, strain, re-rounding, metal loss and gouging. The question is … how does running multiple technologies on a single platform provide enhanced assessment value? Differential Diagnostics. The power to know more. See the difference

  • Inline Inspection Animation

    6 juin 2016

    As the industry’s most trusted provider of line intervention and flow assurance solutions, TDW delivers customized inline inspection services specifically engineered to optimize system performance with minimal downtime.

  • Pipeline Launcher and Receiver Animation

    6 juin 2016

    Rugged and dependable TDW SmartTrap™ Launchers and Receivers are designed and built with the consistent high quality workmanship required to meet the demands of pipeline operators the world over.

  • Your Pipeline Pressures

    11 avr. 2016

    Pipeline operators know – firsthand – that transporting product via pipeline isn’t always simple. With so many variables and considerations, daily operations can quickly become complex, and pressures can mount. Operational pressures such as: throughput, safety, integrity, and extending asset life. To say nothing of the physical pressures of field conditions like: debris in the line, pipeline accessibility, and third-party damage. With the constant potential for pipeline operations to be compromised, many operators are looking for a partner to help relieve their pressures. A partner, whose decades of field experience and technical expertise can provide value. A consultative partner, with fully customizable solutions that save time and money – without disrupting productivity. A trusted partner, who earns your trust every day. For nearly a century, T.D. Williamson has helped pipeline operators safely optimize throughput, maintain integrity, and extend asset life. Your trusted partner, delivering solutions – on time, anywhere around the world.

  • V-Jet® Corrosion Inhibitor Pig

    21 oct. 2014

    The V-Jet® is developed to help pipeline operators combat internal corrosion in gas or multi-phase lines, the V-Jet® Coating System utilizes V-Jet® spray pig technology to apply corrosion inhibitor to the entire periphery of the pipe interior as it passes through the pipeline. It’s another innovative solution — only from TDW.

  • STOPPLE®Train Plugging System

    6 juin 2016

  • Hot Tapping and Plugging for HPI

    6 juin 2016

    Hot Tapping and Plugging Video Animation for Hydrocarbon Processing and Petrochemical Plants.

  • Four Phases of Progressive Pigging

    2 avr. 2015

    Reduced flow and rising compression costs means pipeline operators are losing profit and increasing operational risk. To mitigate these unnecessary losses and maximize pipeline throughput, the industry relies on progressive pigging. Due to the variety of complex factors unique to each pipeline, development and implementation of a progressive program can be challenging. To help simplify the process, the program can be divided into four basic phases: Foam, Chemical, Urethane, and Specialty. Inclusion and order of the phases and specific pigs will vary depending on the particular line conditions.

  • ILI - Multiple Dataset Platform

    20 févr. 2015

    When it comes to pipeline integrity – and the threat of flow reduction or line failure – operators demand the most advanced combination of technologies to detect and characterize anomalies. See how the T.D. Williamson Multiple Dataset Platform eliminates the need to run numerous inspection tools and provides operators with the most comprehensive pipeline health reporting to help ensure the continued safety and profitability of their assets.

  • D2000 Closures with the ProSeries™ Advantage

    14 nov. 2018

    For decades, operators have trusted the functional and durable D2000 closure to protect their field technicians and keep product safely in the pipe. It’s easy to understand why. As a component of the integrated pigging solution from TDW, the D2000 quick-actuating closure allows operators to stand safely to the side during opening or closing – operations that can be performed by one person in a fast, single motion. In fact, because it requires minimal tools and fewer personnel, it takes less time to operate the D2000 than any closure on the market. Fewer parts than other closures make it easy to clean, easy to maintain, and reduce the risk of failure. Now, the most trusted closure on the market comes with the ProSeries™ advantage. That means it’s standardized to fit a wider range of sizes, applications, technical specifications and requirements. Which shortens lead time, reduces costly customizations, and assures safe, compliant performance. The D2000 closure with the ProSeries advantage. An easy, safe way to run your pigging or integrity program, optimize product flow and reduce downtime. What you need, when you need it. Safe. Reliable. Certain.

  • Differential Diagnostics: Pipeline Mechanical Damage, Ep. 2

    2 juin 2016

    Whether it’s from a sudden equipment strike or the gradual movement of soil, mechanical damage threatens pipeline integrity. Episode 2 of the TDW Series, Differential Diagnostics, takes an in-depth look at the far-ranging impacts of mechanical damage. To download TDW’s free Facts & Figures visual guide: Mechanical Damage Types, go to http://ow.ly/8GVs300QIie. ______________ SCRIPT: In our last episode, we discussed the challenges of quantifying mechanical damage. To better understand why this is so critical, let’s take a closer look at how mechanical damage can impact a pipeline’s integrity. Sometimes, the consequences of mechanical damage are delayed and relatively minor. In other cases, they are instantaneous and cataclysmic. Mechanical damage can occur when a line is struck from above, possibly during construction, excavation, or other topside activities. It can also occur from below, possibly from rocks or other debris impacting a line when it is initially installed… or as a result of gradual soil movements. And when a line is decades old, as so many are nowadays, the opportunities for mechanical damage during those years are numerous. But what is mechanical damage? What are its defining characteristics? In many cases, damage causes a dent, which changes the shape of the pipeline… compromising its circumference and internal diameter. A dent has length, width, and depth – characteristics that are identifiable and measurable. Sometimes, coincidental metal loss occurs with a dent, usually resulting from coating damage incurred at the time of a third-party strike or construction defect. If gouging is present, micro-structural damage to the pipeline material can occur – and may even cause cracking. When impacts occur at pressure, there is a likelihood the dent will re-round. If line pressure fluctuates, pressure cycles result, and dents can be cycled. As this occurs, residual stresses are produced in the dent area...increasing the potential for cracking and failure. Plain dents… metal loss… gouging… residual stresses… cracking. Isolated or interacting, these flaws can severely compromise the integrity of a pipeline. So the question becomes…What technologies exist to help operators better understand these pervasive integrity threats?

  • SpirAll® Magnetic Flux Leakage Technnology

    6 juin 2016

    SpirALL® Magnetic Flux Leakage Technology from TDW combines the benefits of Transverse Field Inspection with conventional axial MFL for superior defect sizing accuracy and characterization with unprecedented data delivery.

  • SmartPlug® Pipeline Isolation System

    6 juin 2016

  • T.D. Williamson - SmartLay™ Pipeline Flood Prevention System

    23 août 2017

    By preventing flooding as a result of wet buckle during offshore pipe lay operations, the SmartLay™ system mitigates risk to the pipe lay vessel and crew, protects as-laid pipeline, and helps pipeline owners and operators eliminate costs associated with standby dewatering spreads. SmartLay technology can be used in either shallow or deep waters.

  • SmartTrap® Automated Combo Pigging System

    6 juin 2016

    Launch your pigging program with the SmartTrap® Automated Combo Pigging System from TDW.

  • SpirALL® EMAT Technology Animation

    22 janv. 2018

    TDW Pipeline Integrity Solutions: EMAT Technology When it comes to pipeline cracking and coating defects, precise and timely detection and sizing means mitigating these threats before they become critical to the pipeline operation. The SpirALL® EMAT from T.D. Williamson provides a comprehensive pipeline assessment. This cutting-edge technology detects, characterizes, and sizes cracking, and identifies coating defects, in both liquid and gas pipelines. This includes hook cracks, cold welds, stress corrosion cracking and detection of coating disbondment. Specially engineered to transmit ultrasonic waves through the pipeline, SpirALL EMAT technology gives pipeline owners and operators more accurate data, detecting axial cracks with zero width that magnetic flux leakage-based technology is unable to detect. SpirALL EMAT has an unparalleled signal-to-noise ratio that greatly improves the probability of detection. SpirALL EMAT is used in combination with the Multiple Dataset platform for superior characterization of cracks and interacting defects, identifying threats that could go undetected with fewer available technologies and before they reach a critical limit. Using all technologies from both MDS and SpirALL EMAT results in superior feature classification – reducing excavations and associated costs. The MDS and SpirALL® EMAT data are combined and analyzed by TDW into a report that gives pipeline operators details about the various threat types and severity levels. Precise. Comprehensive. Effective. The SpirALL® EMAT from T. D. Williamson The power to know more.

  • TDW Multiple Dataset Technology

    19 janv. 2015

    View this sneak peek of the new TDW Multiple Dataset Technology video and look for the debut of the full length video on 02.09.15 at PPIM 2015! With this new video you can discover how advances in interactive threat detection are helping pipeline operators maintain flow, achieve maximum efficiency, and deliver dependable shareholder return.

  • Differential Diagnostics: Pipeline Mechanical Damage, Ep. 6

    6 juil. 2016

    With a single Multiple Dataset inspection, pipeline operators receive the data they need to identify the most urgent threats to their lines as a result of mechanical damage. See how leveraging MDS technology helps protect people, places, and profits in Episode 6 of Differential Diagnostics. Then download our case study to read about the impact MDS technology had recently in a real-world scenario. http://ow.ly/g6b5301Joq0  _______________________ SCRIPT: By utilizing Multiple Datasets or MDS to assess their lines for mechanical damage, operators do far more than identify anomalies. Because MDS incorporates multiple inline inspection technologies on one platform, it’s able to provide thorough detection, characterization, sizing and prioritization of pipeline threats after just one run. Those findings can then be verified by non-destructive evaluation, or NDE. Let’s return to the operator we met during Episode 1. Mechanical damage left the operator with hundreds of dents on a 40-year-old transmission line: their existence is known, but that doesn’t help determine where to begin addressing them. After a single MDS inspection, the operator has an accurate assessment of the mechanical damage the pipeline has suffered. The operator’s prioritization report revealed nine Priority 1 or High Severity anomalies. NDE testing then verified three of those High Severity locations were found with metal loss, and five with gouging. It also turned out that three of the five gouges contained cracks. None had been appropriately identified by prior individual technologies, nor through comparison of those individual technology inspection results. Imagine what would have happened if the operator had no way of determining which of the hundreds of defects in the pipeline were urgent threats. Without the ability to prioritize, the operator would have wasted precious resources and time on subcritical anomalies. If left unidentified, the highest priority mechanical damage locations could have worsened and resulted in pipeline failure — failure that could have cost 50,000 to millions of dollars to resolve, not to mention… Environmental damage… Negative publicity … Increased regulatory pressures… And remaining uncertainty of whether the most critical mechanical damage has been mitigated. Instead, thanks to MDS technology, operators like this one have the accurate, comprehensive information they need to implement effective integrity decisions. Differential Diagnostics. The power to know more. SEE THE DIFFERENCE.

  • TDW Booth at PPIM 2018

    20 févr. 2018

    TDW was a sponsor and exhibitor at PPIM 2018, the 30th International Pipeline Pigging & Integrity Management Conference. Thanks to our customers and friends who visited our booth, attended our technical presentations and MDS Users Group, as well as our customer reception. See you at PPIM 2019!

  • Differential Diagnostics: Pipeline Mechanical Damage, Ep. 4

    13 juin 2016

    Whether The Multiple Dataset platform, or MDS, harnesses the combined power of multiple inspection technologies on a single tool to detect defects. In Episode 4 of the Differential Diagnostics series, find out how the MDS platform works to provide thorough characterization of pipeline threats. Then download the white paper, Multiple Dataset Inline Inspection for Mechanical Damage Assessment, for a more in-depth look at the technology. ow.ly/xq96301funH _________ SCRIPT: The pipeline industry is constantly innovating: moving from good to better to best. That includes developing and refining technologies and advanced analysis techniques to assess one of the most significant challenges to pipeline integrity: mechanical damage. To overcome the limitations of running individual inspection technologies to detect threats, global pipeline service provider T.D. Williamson developed the Multiple Dataset platform, or MDS. Let’s look at the technologies included in the MDS platform: Deformation technology detects the most minute bore changes and reductions including dents … Low Field Magnetic Flux Leakage identifies permeability changes related to hard spots and pipe manufacturing impacts, for example – as well as residual stresses associated with dent re-rounding … High Resolution Magnetic Flux Leakage locates volumetric metal loss, including within a dent region … Spiral MFL detects axially oriented crack-like features, such as hook cracks, and lack of fusion for seam assessments. For mechanical damage assessment, this technology is used to identify axially oriented gouging within a dent… and XYZ Mapping provides coordinates for all reported features, as well as accuracy needed for bending strain analysis. MDS harnesses the capabilities of each. Making it possible for the platform to provide a comprehensive assessment of the pipeline – during a single run. The result of which is not only enhanced detection and sizing — but also thorough characterization of pipeline threats. The question is, how can operators use all of the data that MDS technology provides to determine which defects need immediate attention? Differential Diagnostics. The power to know more. SEE THE DIFFERENCE.

  • V-Jet® Corrosion Inhibitor Pig

    6 juin 2016

    The V-Jet® Coating System utilizes V-Jet® spray pig technology to apply corrosion inhibitor to the entire periphery of the pipe interior as it passes through the pipeline.

  • SmartPlug® Pipeline Isolation System - Russian

    20 oct. 2014

    The primary advantage of using the SmartPlug® isolation system as a method of pipeline pressure isolation is the ability to minimize pipeline down time and reduce lost transmission revenue.

  • Pipeline Valve Changeout using the SmartPlug® Isolation System

    21 mai 2019

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  • SmartTrap® Automated Combo Pigging System - Chinese

    20 oct. 2014

    Engineered specifically for wet gas and other pipeline systems that require routine pigging to prevent liquid hold-up that limits flow, the SmartTrap® Automated Combo Pigging System delivers more options, more control and more throughput. Launch your pigging program with the SmartTrap® Automated Combo Pigging System from TDW.

  • Emergency Pipeline Repair System - Russian

    20 oct. 2014

    TDW provides comprehensive assessment, planning, tools and execution to mitigate damage in advance of pipeline failure.

  • SpirALL® Magnetic Flux Leakage Technology - Spanish

    2 sept. 2014

    Engineered to provide the most accurate long seam assessment possible without adding significant tool length, patent-pending SpirALL® Magnetic Flux Leakage Technology from TDW combines the benefits of Transverse Field Inspection with conventional axial MFL for superior defect sizing accuracy and characterization with unprecedented data delivery -- all in a single run.

  • Non-Destructive Evaluation and Repair Services - Russian

    20 oct. 2014

    TDW enhances the in-the-ditch inspection processes with rapid corrosion assessment / quick repair determination, followed by through anomaly reporting and prompt remediation. And TDW provides what most other companies can't - an unbroken chain of service options to restore your asset condition and allow for maximum throughput while still in operation.

  • Subsea 1200RC Tapping Machine - Russian

    20 oct. 2014

    The Subsea 1200RC tapping machine is an innovative topside-driven hot tap machine with a passive ROV interface. It can be safely operated down to depths of 3,000 meters. This new addition to our portfolio addresses significant subsea challenges faced by pipeline operators and provides a complete shallow and deep-water solution for everything from routine pipeline maintenance to emergency interventions.

  • TDW Technology Day & Crawfish Boil

    20 avr. 2017

    Likes Videos User Guidelines Posts Services Shop Notes Offers Jobs Advertise Change Cover Like Following Share More Contact Us Write something... Share a photo or video Advertise your business Create an offer Get messages Write a note Create an event Start a Live Video Publish a job post This Week 1,728 Post Reach 0 Website Clicks 0 Contact Us Grow Your Business With an Ongoing Promotion Facebook will automatically promote your business to the right people for the best results. Get 34-62 website clicks for 35 a month. Get Started See All Upcoming Events No upcoming events Make it easy for people to find your next event. Create it on Facebook. Create Event See All Photos chevron-down Image may contain: 3 people, people standing, suit and night Image may contain: 2 people, people standing Image may contain: 1 person, text See All Videos chevron-down IPE 2014 18 Happy Holidays from TDW! 43 APIA attendees will learn about TDW’s pipeline performance products & service today. Here's a preview. 23 See All Posts TD Williamson Published by Ted McWilliamson · 2 hrs · Hear Steve Appleton, TDW Senior Director of Sales Operations for Western Hemisphere, talk about our annual Technology Day & Crawfish Boil, which he initiated some 10 years ago as a mechanism to appreciate our customers. #TDW #pipelineservices #pigging Play -0:48Unmute Additional Visual SettingsEnter Fullscreen Boost Post 947 people reached 243 Views LikeShow more reactionsCommentShare 15 Austin Sung, Terry Morris and 13 others Comments TD Williamson Write a comment... Choose File TD Williamson was live. Published by Ted McWilliamson · 3 hrs · Customers are enjoying our 10th Annual Technology Day & Crawfish Boil! This customer appreciation event is a great opportunity to learn about our advances in technology, speak with TDW industry experts, and witness hands-on demonstrations.

  • PipelinePressures - Japanese

    11 août 2016

  • SmartPlug® Pipeline Isolation System - Spanish

    2 sept. 2014

    The primary advantage of using the SmartPlug® isolation system as a method of pipeline pressure isolation is the ability to minimize pipeline down time and reduce lost transmission revenue.

  • Subsea 1200RC Tapping Machine - Spanish

    2 sept. 2014

    The Subsea 1200RC tapping machine is an innovative topside-driven hot tap machine with a passive ROV interface. It can be safely operated down to depths of 3,000 meters. This new addition to our portfolio addresses significant subsea challenges faced by pipeline operators and provides a complete shallow and deep-water solution for everything from routine pipeline maintenance to emergency interventions.

  • TDW Community Relations: United Way Day Of Caring 2018

    8 nov. 2018

    A summary of dedicated service to the community featuring employees from T.D. Williamson and leaders from local non-profit agencies.

  • Subsea 1200RC Tapping Machine - Chinese

    20 oct. 2014

    The Subsea 1200RC tapping machine is an innovative topside-driven hot tap machine with a passive ROV interface. It can be safely operated down to depths of 3,000 meters. This new addition to our portfolio addresses significant subsea challenges faced by pipeline operators and provides a complete shallow and deep-water solution for everything from routine pipeline maintenance to emergency interventions.

  • Mechanical Damage - Differential Diagnostics Trailer

    25 mai 2016

    Pipeline threat: the top cause of line failures. https://youtu.be/AD6jwzvowwM ________ SCRIPT: Dents… Metal loss… Gouging… Cracking… Leaks… Ruptures… Mechanical damage to pipelines comes in many forms. Left unaddressed, the damage can increase in severity over time, leading to eventual pipeline failure. Or worst case scenario, it results in a catastrophic event requiring immediate action. Either way, it’s bad news. So what do you do when you have a line with hundreds, potentially thousands of dents – and no easy way to know which ones are most critical? Focus on the most severe dents based on depth alone? Or try to address them all at once for fear of the worst? There is a better solution. Advanced Inline inspection platforms with multiple datasets, along with innovative analysis techniques, help pipeline operators assess damage by identifying interacting threats. And this, in turn, helps them prioritize their response. Differential Diagnostics The power to know more See the difference

  • SmartPlug® Pipeline Isolation System - Chinese

    20 oct. 2014

    The primary advantage of using the SmartPlug® isolation system as a method of pipeline pressure isolation is the ability to minimize pipeline down time and reduce lost transmission revenue.

  • TDW at AGA 2019

    15 mai 2019

    2019 AGA Operations Conference & Biennial Exhibition - TDW Centennial Countdown

  • TDW PPIM 2019 Highlights

    16 avr. 2019

    Jason Michaud - Senior Director, Sales & Operations Welcome to PPIM! What a great show. We got to connect with our customer, to connect and collaborate – to listen to their ideas, and share their experiences. Jason Matocha - Senior Sales Representative At PPIM , vendors and operators get to share industry knowledge and lessons learned from the industry, to help ensure pipeline safety and keeping the product in the pipe. Laura Calderon - Marketing Manager We love coming to PPIM every year. It’s a chance for us to reconnect with our customers, to showcase new technologies and solutions, and it’s a lot of work but we have a really great time. Juan Baron - Business Development Manager PIM gives us the opportunity to interact with customers. It has given us a great chance to talk about our new standard closure. We have been able to explain to some of our customers the features and advantages of the new D2000 closure. James Lavender - Senior Sales Representative I’ve been coming to PIM for about almost 6 years. I think this is one of the best. What I like the most is seeing how our technologies are developing every year, and it’s getting better and better.

  • Emergency Pipeline Repair System - Chinese

    20 oct. 2014

    TDW provides comprehensive assessment, planning, tools and execution to mitigate damage in advance of pipeline failure.

  • Subsea 1200RC Tapping Machine

    6 juin 2016

    The Subsea 1200RC tapping machine is an innovative topside-driven hot tap machine with a passive ROV interface.

  • Non-Destructive Evaluation and Repair Services

    6 juin 2016

    TDW enhances the in-the-ditch inspection processes with rapid corrosion assessment / quick repair determination, followed by through anomaly reporting and prompt remediation.

  • Non-Destructive Evaluation and Repair Services - Chinese

    20 oct. 2014

    TDW enhances the in-the-ditch inspection processes with rapid corrosion assessment / quick repair determination, followed by through anomaly reporting and prompt remediation. And TDW provides what most other companies can't - an unbroken chain of service options to restore your asset condition and allow for maximum throughput while still in operation.

  • LEGO®s, Robots and the Future of the Industry

    6 juin 2016

  • TDW and the American Heart Walk

    8 mai 2015

    TDW employees join the American Heart Walk in the fight against cardiovascular disease.

  • 2014 Day of Caring

    8 mai 2015

    TDW joins in the Tulsa Area United Way's Day of Caring supporting the local community.

  • 2013 Day of Caring

    8 mai 2015

    TDW Volunteers join in the 2013 United Way Day of Caring.

  • 2014 Pink In the Rink Event

    8 mai 2015

    Proud sponsors of Tulsa's Oilers Pink in the Rink event working to supporting the cause and support a cure.

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