Corrosion monitoring

June 26, 2012

CorDEX Instruments launched its next-generation corrosion monitoring device which streamlines readings gathered in the field and enables users to monitor integrity levels at specific points on an asset or pipeline.

The latest hand-held UT5000 Intrinsically Safe Thickness Gauge can be used for nondestructive testing to establish the extent of corrosion and now has an intelligent measuring facility technology which can record multiple readings at specific locations.

A total of nine multi-point readings can now be saved against each Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag on the asset or pipeline which greatly reduces time spent in the field and increases the effectiveness and efficiency of corrosion monitoring.

The device, designed to provide accurate thickness readings to the nearest thousandth of an inch, now also uses the latest Echo-Echo technology which has the ability to read metal thickness levels, even through a painted surface.



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