Gas Leak Detection surveys are essential for identifying potentially hazardous and dangerous conditions that can have enormous personal, financial and environmental implications.  According to the Texas Railroad Commission Administrative Code, each operator of a gas distribution system must have a prescriptive or risk-based program for leak surveys.  These surveys must be conducted every 3 years – and within 30 days in certain circumstances.  (TAC, Title 16, Part 1, Chapter 8, Subchapter 16, Rule 8.206)

Leak Detection Services, Inc. has fully trained Field Specialists qualified in the operation of Remote Methane Leak Detectors.  Any potentially dangerous gas emissions are immediately reported to the on-site client contact to initiate safety procedures.

Upon completion of the survey, Leak Detection Service, Inc. prepares a summary report of leak locations and classification of leak size that represents the degree of potential hazard.  Clients then have the necessary information they need to proceed with repairs and maintenance of their gas distribution systems.

At Leak Detection Service, Inc. we have over 35 years of experience in the Natural Gas industry.

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