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AGR introduces pipeline inspection tool

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STRAUME, Norway – AGR Group has introduced a pipeline inspection tool that operates with a small, inspection class ROV to examine welds by performing both high-resolution wall thickness mapping and time of flight diffraction inspection.

The AGR Neptune does not rely on diver support and can operate at depths to 6,000 m (19,685 ft). The AGR Neptune data is digitized and sent to the surface via the ROV's umbilical.

11/12/2007

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