ClampOn Scores Norway Contract

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Norwegian-based sensors company ClampOn said it has been awarded a contract for subsea corrosion-erosion monitors (CEM) for permanent monitoring of pipe erosion from sand production.

The CEMs will be installed at a 6″ pipe bend on a subsea flow module, with direct interface with the SPS system. The module will be installed at approximately 200 meters depth on a subsea field in Norway.

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