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Inductosense WAND wall thickness monitoring technology approved by Saudi Aramco

SAUDI ARAMCO, the largest oil and gas company in the Middle East, is the latest major operator to formally approve Inductosense’s corrosion monitoring technology. The WAND system has performed successfully throughout the trials, having been installed on pipework and vessels across 6 Saudi Aramco gas plants and refineries in remote,...

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April 6, 2022
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Inductosense develops the WAND-Remote Data Collector: a cost-effective wireless solution for accurate, remote thickness monitoring of pipework and vessels

Bristol based technology developer Inductosense, has developed the WAND Remote Data Collector (WAND-RDC) for cost-effective remote internal corrosion/erosion monitoring. The product is based on Inductosense’s inductively coupled WAND sensor technology and reduces the need for NDT personnel on-site to take ultrasonic thickness measurements. It also eliminates the indirect costs associated...

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November 8, 2021
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Appointment of new Director at Inductosense

Bristol-based Inductosense has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Richard Munro to the role of director of strategic growth.  Splitting his time between the Aberdeen and Bristol offices in the UK, Richard will oversee the growth of the technology developer’s inductively coupled WAND sensor solutions, enabling operators...

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October 19, 2021
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Inductosense WAND Technology Evaluation by Santos

Wireless Battery-Free Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement Patches for CO2 Absorber by Martyn Cooper – Principal Integrity Engineer at Santos – highlighting the key benefits of the WAND system when compared against alternative ultrasonic thickness methods. The Inductosense ultrasonic WAND solution has been successfully evaluated by Martyn Cooper, Principal Integrity Engineer at...

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July 19, 2021
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Inductosense develops the WAND-Crawler, an innovative robotic crawler for remote wall thickness monitoring

Bristol based technology developer Inductosense, has developed a robotic crawler for tank thickness monitoring, known as the WAND-Crawler. The remote monitoring solution was developed in collaboration with robotics solutions provider Advanced Mechanical Systems.  The WAND-Crawler obtains thickness readings using the existing ultrasonic WAND technology; WAND sensors are permanently installed on...

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May 18, 2021
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Inductosense collaborates with Stork on digital corrosion monitoring solutions

Ultrasonic sensor solution experts, Inductosense, has entered into a collaboration agreement with asset integrity lifecycle partner, Stork, for its internal corrosion monitoring solutions. With operators escalating focus on digital solutions and unmanned assets, Stork is rapidly growing its inspection and maintenance technologies. Following a successful validation process with a major North...

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April 26, 2021
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Inductosense and National Physical Laboratory determine the predicted lifetime of the WAND thickness monitoring sensors

UK based ultrasonic sensor solution experts, Inductosense, concluded a recent InnovateUK study to assess the “Lifetime testing of passive, wireless sensors for demanding environments”.  Inductosense and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) received funding from the Analysis for Innovator (A4I) programme, to undertake rigorous testing of Inductosense’s patented WAND wall thickness...

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April 16, 2021
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UK based Inductosense to support Sinochem with corrosion monitoring digitization.

Inductosense has been awarded a contract from state-owned oil and chemicals giant Sinochem Group to install over 650 WAND corrosion monitoring sensors at their new petrochemical facility in Quanzhou, China. The newly constructed facility is part of Sinochem’s drive to expand operations into the petrochemical sector; the Quanzhou refinery will...

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February 18, 2021