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NACE Corrosion Technology Week Tuesday, 12th September 2017

Come and see Permasense at NACE Corrosion Technology Week 2017 - meet Christiane Lederer and Don Miller our Houston-based refining and oil & Gas experts on booth 109.

 

Permasense has now supplied over 17,000 sensors to over 180 customer sites, in 37 countries Wednesday, 30th August 2017

Permasense has now supplied over 17,000 sensors to over 180 customer sites, in 37 countries. The installed sensors have now delivered over 20 million wall thickness measurements directly to the desks of the engineers who use the enhanced quality and frequency of data to make better informed operational decisions about their facility – increasing availability, productivity, safety and ultimately profitability.

Emerson Global Users Exchange Friday, 25th August 2017

Emerson Global Users Exchange is taking place 2-9 October 2017 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

Dr Jake Davies, Permasense Global Marketing Director, will be presenting in the Measure and Analyze Workshop (session number 2-14901) on Wednesday 4th October at 8am and Thursday 5th October at 1:15pm and in the Emerson Presents Workshop (session number 6-14611) on Wednesday 4th October at 10am and Thursday 5th October at 10am.  Find out more here 

 

 

 

 

Permasense appoints a Upstream Sales Manager Monday, 19th June 2017

We are delighted to to announce that Chris Burke has joined Permasense as Upstream Sales Manager.

Chris has over 20 years’ experience in the Oil and Gas Industry, and has worked in a range of Technical, Management and Business Development roles. Prior to joining Permasense, Chris was as an Account Manager with Sand Monitoring Services Ltd in Aberdeen, where he was responsible for the management of UK accounts. Chris brings a wealth of experience to Permasense, and his specialties include Erosion Management, Corrosion Engineering and Monitoring, Project Management and Planning, amongst others. 

 

 

 

Using diagnostic functions to improve system safety Friday, 16th June 2017

This months Applied Automation cover story is an article written by Mark Meneze of Emerson Automation Solutions detailing how Emerson technology including Permasense sensors can be used to improve system safety.  Read the article here

 

 

Hydrocarbon Processing publish Permasense article Friday, 12th May 2017

The growing availability of light tight oils (LTOs) is resulting in a choice for refiners between upgrading metallurgy or chemical inhibition and corrosion monitoring to manage the increased corrosion risk. With tight budgetary constraints in place, many oil companies are opting for chemical inhibition and online corrosion monitoring.

Read the article here 

Refineries: Rethink Corrosion Monitoring Friday, 12th May 2017

Chemical Processing publish an article written by Dr Jake Davies detailing the benefits of permanently installed wireless non-intrusive ultrasonic sensors.

Read the article here 

Mindful Maintenance Friday, 12th May 2017

Hydrocarbon Engineering publish an article written by Dr Jake Davies.

This article explains how monitoring corrosion in a sour water stripping unit enables a refinery to plan maintenance activities, avoiding unplanned outages and increasing availability and reliability.

Read the full article here

 



Permasense are moving Monday, 3rd April 2017

Permasense are pleased to announce that our head office is relocating to larger premises in May 2017. 

Our new office will be located at

Alexandra House, Newton Road, Manor Royal, Crawley, RH10 9TT

 

 

 

AFPM Reliability & Maintenance Conference & Exhibition 23-26 May 2017 Monday, 3rd April 2017

Permasense will be exhibiting our non-intrusive integrity monitoring systems at AFPM Reliability & Maintenance Conference & Exhibition, from 23-26 May 2017, taking place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans.  Please come along and see us on booth 575.

Christiane Lederer, Permasense Business Development Manager, will be presenting enhancing refinery reliability and availability through online corrosion monitoring, at 3pm on Thursday 25 May 2017.




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