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Non-Intrusive Online Monitoring of Corrosion and Erosion
Free on-demand webinar

Corrosion and Erosion Monitoring

Overview:
Corrosion and erosion monitoring using permanently installed UT transducers for continuous wall thickness monitoring of your asset.

The negative effects of corrosion and erosion cost industry billions of dollars every year in unscheduled plant or pipeline shutdowns, lost production, high repair costs or imposed fines. Experts state that 20 to 25% of corrosion-related costs could be avoided. Corrosion and erosion data monitoring technologies are an important first step toward realizing those savings.


AGENDA:

Part 1 (12 Minutes)
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  • Corrosion and Erosion (Wall Thickness) Monitoring Technologies
  • Permanently installed UT transducers, non-intrusive online monitoring technology
  • Overview of the Corrosion and Erosion monitoring locations
  • Versions of Rightrax ultrasonic wall thickness measuring and monitoring system
  • Rightrax System Configuration
  • Data Analyses

Part 2 (19 Minutes)
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  • Upstream Applications
    • Offshore Riser Monitoring
    • Upstream Case Study
  • Midstream Applications
    • Midstream Case Study
  • Downstream Applications
    • Crude Line Corrosion Monitoring
    • Chemical Injection Lines
    • Downstream Case Study
    • Chemical Case Study

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Presenter


Edwin van der Leden Non-Intrusive Online Monitoring of Corrosion and Erosion Presenter

Edwin van der Leden

After completing his education in mechanical engineering Edwin joined a NDT company in 1991 for which he worked for 13 years executing various roles in inspection, information technology, automation and management. Edwin joined GE in 2007 as the product manager for the Rightrax "wall thickness" monitoring product line. In his role he is using his 20 year experience in the Oil and Gas industry as well as his 15 years experience being involved with monitoring of corrosion and erosion since the start in the mid 1990'ties.

 

More information: www.ge-mcs.com/rightrax or contact Edwin van der Leden
   
 

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