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Ultrasonic Corrosion Monitoring System

Ultrasonic Corrosion Monitoring Pipe Thickness Measurement

Key Features:

The Corrosion-Erosion Monitor consists of a Head Unit and up to 32 smaller transducers.
Acoustic signals are converted to digital signals and transfers it to safe area.
Equipment which converts signals to indicate remaining wall thickness.
Wall thickness monitoring of both straight pipe section and elbow ends.
Monitors change across up to 1 meter of pipe.
Can be used for more than 6 inch OD pipeline.
-40 °C to 180 °C is the pipe temperature range.
Used with conductive metals and alloys.
Highly advanced instruments to detect change in wall thickness.
Web based Software provides trend / image of wall thickness change.
Long design life and low recurring cost.
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The patented ClampOn DSP Corrosion-Erosion Monitor (CEM) has been designed to monitor the average wall thickness of pipes, containers and any large object that requires corrosion/erosion monitoring. The ClampOn CEM system utilizes a unique method of monitoring wall thickness loss by the use of clamp-on sensors. A number of transducers measure corrosion-erosion by transmitting ultrasonic signals that propagate through pipe material. Using ClampOn acoustic transducers means that no drilling or welding that would cause loss of production is required.

The working principle of the ClampOn CEM is based on transmitting ultrasonic signals that propagate through the pipe-wall. The dispersive characteristics of a group of guided acoustic waves, called Lamb modes, are exploited to indicate a mean change in wall thickness relative to reference values acquired during the installation of the CEM system.

The permanently installed CEM system ensures that measurements are repeated frequently and in exactly the same manner, thereby eliminating the weaknesses of manual ultrasonic thickness gauging. Wall thickness trends are generated automatically and can be observed in real time.

Real time
Retrofit installable
Large coverage area
Accurate/high resolution
Possibility for tomography

Electric Field Mapping (EFM) System

High temperature, resolution EFM system is a non intrusive corrosion monitoring used to measure wall thickness of pipelines, process piping.