Monitoring case study
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A solution was sought to monitor erosion caused by ore tailings from a mining operation in South America.
The subsequent wall-loss has the potential to cause failures and loss of containment, resulting in lost productivity, and damage to nearby population and environment. Find out more in this latest case study.
An automated solution for in-service corrosion monitoring of multiple refinery process units was sought by a major oil company, read this case study to find out more.
A solution to make wall thickness measurements of pipes, during operation, at a pulp mill was sought by, a world leader in manufacturer of tissue, pulp, paper and packaging. Read the full case study to find out more.
Direct Integration of HotSense™ UT Wall Monitoring Sensors into Plant Optimisation and Control Systems
A European refinery had identified a number of high temperature locations which were showing increased corrosion and required increased monitoring. They sought an automated system which could provide automated, on-stream
wall thickness measurements with data being used by both asset integrity and process control teams. Read the full case study here.
A solution was sought by a nuclear power plant to monitor high-pressure steam lines in proximity to the electricity generating turbines. High frequency and high quality data from inaccessible locations allowed maintenance teams to optimise repair and replacement programs to increase safety, maximise productivity and reduce costs. Read further to find out more.
The ability to detect gas voids in cooling water lines was required by one of the largest electric power holding companies in the US, generating up to 51,000 MW of electricity from mixed sources, including 6 nuclear plants. Read our full case study here.
A well head at an oil producing upstream facility operated by Shell required increased surveillance and monitoring of specific pipe elbows after representative structures at other sites displayed increased wall loss. Read the full case study here.