More and more gas industry professionals like you are becoming aware of the cost savings and risk-reduction delivered by RFID (Radio Frequency) based pipeline identification.
So we’ve created a modular “toolbox” with educational presentations, videos and other assets that, we hope, can help you learn more about the industry’s transformation as well as give you a solid place to start your own organization’s initiative.
Our toolbox is modular. You can start by clicking on any of the links below. Thank you.
With current electronic location measures, you can wind up with a significant percentage of what we call “unlocatable pipeline”: assets that you’ve already invested in but are now hard to find.
Watch the video to learn how 3M helps you “lightup” unlocatable pipeline.
The answer is: Yes. It turns out that continuing to invest in an out-of-date approach to pipeline location can be very expensive. So, with the help of 3M experts, you can demonstrate early savings to help you make the case for moving to a long-life solution.
Watch 3M Thought Leader Corey Willson go deep into the business case for moving to RFID.
Our interactive application guide shows you where 3M Locating & Marking products are applied in commercial and residential spaces and why they’re better than conventional approaches.
In the U.S, there are over 100,000 miles of plastic pipeline that can't be located (source: phmsa.dot.gov). Working in partnership with GTI, 3M has developed Intrinsically Locatable Plastic Pipe (or ILPP): with identification actually built into the pipeline, so you don’t have to rely on a secondary system like tracer wire.
Watch the video to learn how 3M science is making plastic pipe far easier and less costly to locate.
We’ve been working on an exciting project—a portable asset management application that enables you to:
All of which means your smart phone is about to get even smarter.
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