Cooling Towers

Cooling towers are large columns that dissipate heat before releasing it back to the atmosphere. The most iconic place to find a cooling tower is at a nuclear power plant. The hyperboloid structured cooling towers can be hundreds of feet tall and are constructed with concrete and structural steel. These extremely hazardous areas can be best served by robotic equipment like the Legacy One for internal inspections. 

Flare Stacks (Industrial Chimneys)

Whether it be at an oil refinery or power generation facility, flare stacks are hundreds of feet tall and can be dozens of feet wide. They are used to release various gasses back into the atmosphere during the production process. So long as the flare stack has a 10-foot diameter, the Legacy One will center itself inside the tight environment, preventing the need for dangerous rope access inspection performed by humans. 


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