In the article, ‘Combatting Corrosion’, by Audun O. Pedersen, R&D Manager at ClampOn, we explore the benefits of monitoring structural health using guided waves. The article discusses technologies ranging from piezoelectric transducers to electromagnetic acoustic transducers, along with the latest tomographic imaging techniques for monitoring corrosion and erosion.
The article is published in the January issue of Oilfield Technology and is reprinted with their acceptance.
New contract for Subsea CEM (Corrosion-Erosion Monitor) to project in Norway
Monitoring of pipe erosion on subsea bends.
Acoustic Sand Detectors in production for several subsea fields
ClampOn currently has close to 100 subsea sensors in production for deliveries to new and existing subsea projects world wide.
Subsea Instrumentation to China
Condition monitoring; particle monitors, PIG detectors, and corrosion-erosion monitors make a powerful package