Founded by Joe Palmer, Scipsa System is a start-up company that developed and patented an anti-corrosion and pipe management system for industries who implement grooved-end mechanical pipes. Scipsa System was designed to increase efficiencies, greatly prolong pipe life and reduce all costs associated directly and indirectly by pipe failure. Our customers are mines, mills, plants, subway stations, ships and any other facility where grooved pipes are used for process fluid handling. How it started:
While working as a junior surveyor for a civil pipe company, Joe had noticed pipe fitters installing elongated bags that had a wire coming from them, and they were bolting the wire directly to the city water main pipe. When he asked what they were, it was explained to him that they were ANODES and that they would prevent the pipe from rusting. Shortly after finishing school Joe began his career in the mining industry where one of his duties was to install and repair water services. It was during this time that he realized some of the water services he installed just a short time ago, needed repair or replacing due to corrosion. This begged the question,”? what were those anode things and how did they prevent pipes from rusting”?? And so began the research and testing that has allowed us the ability to apply sacrificial anode technology to protect a surface pipe from corrosion. Our website has all the exciting details on how it works.
– 27 months of lab testing with excellent results at a leading educational facility.
– Awarded patents in Canada and the U.S.A. for our product and process.
– Scipsa System has recently been installed at NORCAT Underground Centre.
To provide quality cost effective solutions in the areas of corrosion control and pipe management for all industries who implement grooved end mechanical pipes within their facilities. For more information please visit: www.scipsasystem.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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