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Offshore Wellhead Production Line Monitoring using WAND Sensors

Inductosense, in partnership with Oceaneering, conducted an 8 month trial of the WAND system on a wellhead production line on a platform in the Caspian Sea, located off the eastern coast of Baku, Azerbaijan. The purpose of the trial was to demonstrate the repeatability, reliability, durability and accessibility of the...

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February 23, 2018
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Inductosense achieves ISO9001:2015 accreditation

    Over the past 6 months we have  been working on developing our quality management system and we are delighted to announce that we have now been awarded ISO9001:2015 accreditation. This is a necessary milestone for us as we progress from trials towards full commercial deployment of our technology.  ...

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February 1, 2018
Case Studies

Feasibility of WAND Sensors for Nuclear Power Plant Inspection

Hitachi in partnership with Inductosense and the University of Bristol, conducted lab-based testing to establish the suitability of the WAND sensors for monitoring pipe wall thickness on nuclear power plants. THE PROBLEM Piping systems on a nuclear power plant are subject to corrosion or erosion which cause thinning of the...

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January 6, 2018
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Inductosense to Move Operations to Unit DX

Inductosense will take up office and laboratory space at Unit DX at the beginning of January 2018. Expanding from their current space within SETsquared at Engine Shed, the new facilities will allow Inductosense to expand its team, R&D and production capabilities whilst remaining in the city, close to SETsquared and...

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December 18, 2017
Case Studies

Monitoring under composite repair using WAND sensors – white paper

Inductosense, in partnership with a number of composite repair companies has validated the performance of the WAND sensors under composite repair. Design regulations are driving the need to seek a solution to monitor structures underneath composite wrap repairs and the Inductosense WAND system provides a solution for monitoring structures underneath composite...

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December 6, 2017
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Inductosense secures investment

Inductosense, a spin-out from the University of Bristol, has secured a funding round of £1.1m investment from a consortium of investors in August. The consortium consists of Perivoli Innovations, the University of Bristol Enterprise Fund (managed by Parkwalk Advisors Ltd), IP Group plc, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Stephenson LP...

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August 14, 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the WAND system work through all types of composite repair? The system works with a range of composite repairs including glass, aramid composite repair, uni-directional and bi-directional carbon. However, the system is not compatible with thicker layers of quasi-isotropic carbon fibre repair. This is because quasi-isotropic (QI) carbon fibre...

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July 23, 2017