Inductosense begins new regional partnership with The Abdulla Fouad Group

Inductosense begins new regional partnership with The Abdulla Fouad Group

Inductosense is delighted to announce a new regional partnership with The Abdulla Fouad Group (AFG) to represent its products and services in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.  Abdulla Fouad’s Advanced Industrial Instruments Co  (AIIC) has a leading reputation for inspection instrumentation equipment and the provision of associated services to an established client base in the region. 

Headquartered in Dammam, AFG has regional offices in Riyadh, Jeddah, and several satellite offices across KSA & GCC, all dedicated to providing the highest possible customer service. AFG has long-standing relationships with a diverse client base across the region, including both public and private sector organizations.  AFG began over 70 years ago as a small service company established in Ras Tanura, AFG’s first mover advantage saw it expand into new industries, pioneering many solutions and services along the way. It is well known for excellence across its business units, serving the Oil & Gas, Energy, Healthcare, Information Technology, Industrial, Construction, and Consumer sectors.

Dr Matt Butcher (Inductosense CEO): “We are both proud and excited to be working with Abdulla Fouad. This is a company that is a home grown success story and with expertise in corrosion monitoring stemming back to 1973 they are ideally placed to present the benefits of the WAND system and support it in service to some of the foremost clients in the Oil and Gas and petrochemical sectors globally.”

Inductosense is a Bristol, UK based company that designs and manufactures ultrasonic sensor technology for asset integrity. The WAND system – the latest Inductosense innovation – is a patented internal corrosion/erosion monitoring system. It consists of permanently installed ultrasonic thickness sensors that can be deployed in volume at thickness measurement locations on an asset. The sensors are unique in that they are battery-free, ultrathin discs that can be embedded underneath insulation, coatings and repairs. To acquire thickness measurements from the sensors, Inductosense have developed a handheld data collection device – called the WAND – which wirelessly activates the sensors and simultaneously collects a thickness reading. Further to this, the thickness measurements collected by the WAND can be uploaded to their software, enabling remote trending of the data.

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