From wellhead, through feeder lines to processing facility, from offshore platform or FPSO to terminal, Permasense systems are today proving an efficient and safe way to monitor the integrity of equipment at desk.
Permasense systems are being installed on power station steam systems to enable operators to optimise the trade-off between operating efficiency and plant life, for example through monitoring flow-accelerated corrosion. Find out more…
Permasense systems have been deployed in geothermal power facilities to minimise the risk of unplanned service interruptions, for example through monitoring the effectiveness of corrosion inhibition programmes for wellheads. Find out more…
30th September 2016
Permasense will be speaking at the Low Cost Design: Innovative Equipment Strategies for Oil and Gas conference, 3-4 October 2016
29th September 2016
Permasense will be speaking at the 5th Opportunity Crudes conference, 10-11 October 2016
28th September 2016
Permasense has completed certifications to supply to Japan and Russia
12th August 2016
Permasense will be exhibiting at Corrosion and Prevention 2016, 13-16 November 2016 in Auckland New Zealand.
9th August 2016
Permasense will be exhibiting at NACE Corrosion Technology Week, 26-29 September 2016
3rd August 2016
Permasense will be exhibiting at 2016 Southern Company Generation Technical Conference and Tradeshow, 9-11 August 2016
29th July 2016
Permasense is expected to become global corrosion monitoring market leader within next 10 years, as non-intrusive monitoring overtakes intrusive probes and Permasense maintains lead, says July 2016 Frost and Sullivan market report.