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ROSEN Group|28 February 2018

Monitoring

Inspection procedures are only able to provide information regarding the current integrity status of an offshore asset.

rosen monitoring

Inspection procedures are only able to provide information regarding the current integrity status of an offshore asset.

Some findings may be classified as critical, yet not severe enough to merit immediate mitigation.

In these cases, precise and reliable monitoring targeted to previously identified defects may be of great benefit to the operator.

Our monitoring solutions utilise state-of-the-art sensor systems in robust packages. Services include:

  • Structural natural frequency monitoring to identify changes that may result from damage
  • Wall thickness monitoring to identify corrosion issues
  • Monitoring of anti-abrasion coatings to identify thickness reductions
  • Systems to monitor the buildup of internal deposits in a pipeline

The detailed, real-time information collected by these monitoring systems enables the operator to immediately make critical asset management decisions.

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