Category: Tank Inspections

Concrete spalling is a common yet detrimental issue for municipal water towers and other structures constructed of concrete or masonry material.Spalling occurs due to corrosion caused by moisture penetration into the concrete structure. As this corrosion progresses, it causes the surrounding concrete or masonry to expand, eventually forming cracks in the concrete tower.Caring for A […]

No matter where you are, water is a vital resource used in homes, offices, schools, recreational facilities, and businesses for residential or commercial use. With a broad range of usages, 327 billion gallons of water are used daily in the United States.With the aging infrastructure of many municipalities in North America, economic analysts expect the […]

If technology has taught society anything, it moves at lightspeed. Hence, no matter what industry you work in, advancements will continuously improve a system’s efficiency.For NACE inspectors and city water managers, that technological advancement is underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). Today we’ll discuss how underwater ROVs catapulted the water storage inspection industry forward and how […]