Continuous corrosion monitoring offers the granularity, accuracy, and reproducibility that traditional periodic monitoring methods such as manual inspection do not. Using these traditional methods mean it is impossible to link corrosion incidents to asset integrity, which leads to chemical operators acting reactively rather than proactively.
Managing Localised Corrosion Using Online Wall Thickness Monitoring
Wireless non-intrusive corrosion monitoring technology can reliably be used to detect localised metal loss, which offers early detection of corrosion or erosion events as well as validation that mitigation strategies are adequately controlling corrosion and erosion.
Digitally Transform Corrosion Monitoring in Refining Applications
Monitoring corrosion risk provides early warnings to process conditions that may harm plant assets, allowing for better and faster mitigation responses. At the same time, it provides valuable data to optimize process parameters and support feedstock management.
The Benefits of Continuous Corrosion Monitoring Over Periodic Manual Inspection
As a complimentary technique to manual inspection methods, wireless corrosion monitoring can greatly enhance visibility into plant and asset health while also keeping personnel out of hazardous areas. In order to drive a plant to its maximum capability, operators must continuously monitor its corrosion risk in real time.
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