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PressureTest+ app launched by Stopper Specialists

Posted: Monday 21st June 2021

Groundforce’s Stopper Specialists division introduces new PressureTest+ app.

=A new super-smart app that saves time and money on-site by preparing, recording and capturing pressure test data in real time has been launched by pipe testing and flow control suppliers Stopper Specialists.

The new PressureTest+ app which is an upgraded version of the current remote pressure testing system, works alongside a Bluetooth-enabled data logger to provide an instant, on-site pass or failure analysis, along with test recommendations and GPS tracking. User-friendly step-by-step on-screen instructions are implemented by an instantaneous guide to the status of the test, air removal achieved, STPs being reached and the likelihood of a pass.

The new app, which was developed in-house with super-stable connectivity by the Groundforce subsidiary, allows users to confidently leave the test to run and get on with other tasks while being able to monitor the process.

Predicted results are instantly available on the website to speed up pipe commissioning projects and are accessible via “My profile” which holds the Type II test certificates and historical results.

The quick and simple one-step login process takes users through to view a results graph, while customer management teams can view trend analysis. Fully compliant with industry IGN to give confidence in the accuracy of the test results, multiple tests with multiple loggers can be carried out on one site via a single log-in. A manager login is available to allow the user to view multiple-user pressure tests including site maps, pass/fail ratios and comprehensive pressure test data.

Stopper Specialists’ new PressureTest+ app is available via Google Play Store.

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