March 2012

Special Report: Corrosion Control

Consider a new monitoring system to prevent corrosion

This innovative, continuous supervising method collects real-time data on important asset health

Collins, P., Permasense

A combination of aging plants, greater fluid corrosiveness and tightening of health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) requirements has made corrosion management a key consideration for refinery operators. The prevention of corrosion/erosion through live monitoring provides asset and integrity managers with a real-time picture of how their facility is coping with the high demands placed upon it by corrosive fluids. This information can assist in risk management and auditing. Continuous measurement presents a step change in the level of corrosion rates that can be determined and the accuracy of that determination. Plant integrity. Steel pipework and vessels are always at risk of co

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