As of October 2018 it will become mandatory that all Sumps undergo an Integrity test to ensure they are water tight. Containment sumps are liquid tight structures designed to temporarily contain leaks or spills. In addition, containment sumps often serve as the leak detection monitoring location for double-walled piping systems. Leakage from the primary piping typically flows by gravity inside the secondary piping to the sump, where it can be easily observed or detected by a sensor.
Our testing methods assure that the results will reflect the actual condition of the item being tested
We use state of the art tank testing systems that vastly reduce station downtime
With our testing method, your tanks and lines will not be damaged
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*Sump Testing – Can be a very tricky and complicated project for any company to handle. Henrich Equipment has been doing the job since 1969, and there is nothing we have not seen before. No Job is ever too big or too small for us to take care of. From Laguardia and JFK air ports to your local mom and pop gas stations we take care of it all.
For the first time in more than 25 years, the EPA has revised its underground storage tank (UST) regulations. The updated regulations included multiple new regulatory requirements including, among others, mandatory 30-Day walkthrough inspections and required Class A, B and C Operator Training. One of the most substantive changes in the area of operational and maintenance requirements is related to Spill Prevention and Containment Sump Testing or more commonly known as ‘Sump Integrity Testing’. The purpose of which is designed to reduce the incidence and impact of the more than 6,000 releases discovered annually from USTs. The following is a guide to help shed light to the requirements and the expectations for facility owners.
We’re very excited to announce that Henrich is now certified to provide Tank and Line testing services in Suffolk County. The Alert 8200 is the only tank tightness testing method approved by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.
We are very pleased to announce that Henrich Equipment Co. Inc. has acquired Dry As A Bone Inc., one of the tri-state area’s leading tank & line testing services provider.
Dry As a Bone’s boasts more than 20 years experience in the tank and line testing services industry. By joining forces, Henrich and Dry As a Bone will reinforce our company’s strength and capabilities as an end-to-end fueling facility services provider. Our expanded capabilities will enable Henrich to provide new products and enhanced services while maintaining the best in class customer service and technical expertise our customers have become accustomed to.
Henrich services include sales, installation and maintenance of oil and gas fluid management systems, vehicle fueling systems, and standby power systems.Our Company
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