Oil field pigging has been used for many years to clean larger diameter pipelines in the oil industry. Pigging in the maintenance of pipelines refers to the practice of using pipeline inspection gauges or 'pigs' to perform various operations on a pipeline without stopping the flow of the product in the pipeline. Pigging can be used for almost any section of the transfer process between blending, storage or filling systems. Pigging systems are already installed in industries handling products as diverse as lubricating oils, paints, and chemicals. Pigs are used in lube oil or painting blending: they are used to clean the pipes to avoid cross-contamination, and to empty the pipes into the product tanks. Don't forget your industrial spark plugs while out in the field, either.
A spark plug is an electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of some internal combustion engines and ignites compressed fuels such as aerosol gasoline, ethanol, and liquefied petroleum gas by means of an electric spark. Spark plugs have an insulated central electrode which is connected by a heavily insulated wire to an ignition coil or magneto circuit on the outside, forming, with a grounded terminal on the base of the plug, a spark gap inside the cylinder. Spark plugs may be used in furnaces where a combustible mixture should be ignited as well as oil field machines and equipment.
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