Intrinsically safe corrosion monitoring transmitters are rated for operation in hazardous locations (Class I, Zone 1). Multiple intrinsically safe approvals include FM, ATEX and CSA.
COSASCO Wireless Transmitters use high resolution metal loss measurement providing 18 bit resolution, and are intrinsically safe and rated for operation in hazardous locations.
High Speed Electrical Resistance
The Microcor® corrosion monitoring technology has been developed to substantially increase the speed of response over conventional monitoring techniques, such as coupons, electrical resistance (ER) probes, and linear polarization resistance (LPR), and is functional in all environments. The ... [more]
Standard Electrical Resistance
Electrical Resistance intrinsically safe instruments determine metal loss from corrosion or erosion by the electrical resistance method. This method may be used in virtually any environment except liquid metals or some conductive molten salts.
Linear Polarization Resistance (LPR)
The LPR family is the most advanced electrochemical field instrumentation available for measuring corrosion rate and pitting tendency. Through patented solution resistance compensation (SRC), we have greatly extended the operating range beyond traditional two and three-electrode Linear Polarization ... [more]
Sand production in oil and gas producing wells can cause rapid erosion and wear of top side equipment such as chokes, valves, and flow-lines. In addition, it may cause serious formation damage. Rapid detection and remediation of sand producing/erosion episodes is necessary to prevent short-term ... [more]