What is Line Stopping?
Line stopping, or line plugging, is a means of isolating a piping system to provide a temporary shut off where none exists. This process serves as a control, or temporary valve, that is removed after alterations or valve replacements have been made.
Line Stopping is most commonly used for:
- Line relocation
- Replacement of defective valves
- Dead ending (abandoning) lines
- Temporary bypass
- Installation of process equipment
- Material testing
- Leak repairs
There are numerous Line Stopping configurations, whether it be a single stop or a triple stop with bypass accommodation, to suit your specific needs.