May 2001

Trends and Resources

New Developments: New Developments in products, services and software

Probe insertion and retraction tool RETRACT-O-MATIC uses existing energy in a pressure vessel or flowline for operation. This existing energy is mechanically manipulated to provide the power necessar..

Probe insertion and retraction tool RETRACT-O-MATIC uses existing energy in a pressure vessel or flowline for operation. This existing energy is mechanically manipulated to provide the power necessary to insert and/or retract the probe, making the insertion/retraction process quicker and safer. Since it is a completely self-contained apparatus, there is no expense to purchase an additional tool for unit operation. Moving parts are encased to eliminate danger zones during insertion/retraction, or while the tool is at rest. Components are 316 stainless steel-providing indefinite service life with proper use and maintenance. The holding assembly at the top of the tool is drilled and gradua

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