New subsea sensing developments on display

Scan-Sense AS combines its subsea pressure/temperature transducer technology with its load/strain sensors to provide subsea strain measurement on applications including risers and subsea structure monitoring.

Offshore staff

ABDEREEN, UK -- Scan-Sense AS combines its subsea pressure/temperature transducer technology with its load/strain sensors to provide subsea strain measurement on applications including risers and subsea structure monitoring.

Scan Sense will feature these new developments at Offshore Europe 2009 in Aberdeen.

Four mechanical displacement sensors based on proven strain-gauge technology fitted to a pair of robust collars, become a key component in a riser monitoring system. Designed to be deployed at depths of up to 4,000 m (13,123 ft) for up to three months, the package gives an accurate (1%FS) 4/20mA signal to continuously monitor the strain in subsea risers, says Scan-Sense.

9/8/2009

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