TANK, LINE & LEAK DETECTOR TESTING
ALERT TANK TESTS
Our Alert Tank Test methods involve two components: the volumetric portion and the ullage portion. If a tank is empty, only the ullage portion is required for a passing tank test. Our ullage tests can also test for potential water entry issues to find problems before they occur!
PRECISION LINE TESTS
We offer precision volumetric line testing, performed with our own Petro-Tite Line Tester equipment, used by line testing companies all around the country.
LEAK DETECTOR TESTING
Test any mechanical or electronic line leak detector to determine if it is working correctly. Leaks can be simulated at 3 gal/h, 0.2 gal/h, and 0.1 gal/h.
CORROSION PROTECTION TESTING
It’s known by many names: Cathodic Protection, Corrosion Protection, or simply CP. Whatever you call it, Protanic can supply all your necessary services.
CATHODIC PROTECTION TESTING
Protanic handles testing for both Impressed and sacrificial Anode systems.
CONSTRUCTION & REPAIRS
If your cathodic protection system is failing or you simply need updates, Protanic can do the job for you.
Rectifier troubles? Unusual readings? Not sure if you have an anode installed? We’ll send our corrosion experts to figure it out.
As of October 2018, the EPA is requiring containment testing be completed. Containments, including spill buckets are required to tested.
To verify that your Automatic Tank Gauge is functioning properly, an Annual ATG Certification functionality test is performed. This inspection checks the probes, sensors and more. These inspection requirements can vary by state
VAPOR RECOVERY/NESHAP TESTING
There are several different forms of Vapor Recovery systems and testing. Protanic can help identify the type of system you have and determine the correct test or tests that are needed to meet regulatory requirements.
As a part of the new regulations put into effect October 2018, monthly and annual inspections are required. As your compliance partner, Protanic can perform these inspections to help keep you in compliance.
Part of this regulation also requires Class A, B and C Operators to be certified. Click the link below to for more details.