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Deposition Watch


Deposition Watch  monitors deposition, solids buildup and slug flow inside process pipes in real time and without using a radioactive source. The systems accurately measures buildup of many types, such as paraffin wax, hard scales and hydrates, allowing you to achieve major savings in optimization of preventative actions - the usage of scale inhibitors and  pipeline pigging cycles.



Benefits of Deposition Watch Pipeline Deposition Monitoring Sensor

  • Decreased downtime due to optimized pipeline pigging cycles
  • Prevention of pipeline blockages
  • Cost saving due to optimized use of deposition inhibitor chemicals
  • Reduces energy costs



This is How Deposition Watch Works

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Deposition Watch utilizes a non-nuclear ET technology - a tomographic technology enabling real-time imaging of process pipes and tanks. Process imaging and measurement is done by using Rocsole's pipe sensor, which is simple to install and demands minimal amount of maintenance.

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Deposition and Slug Flow 3D Imaging with Process Tomography

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Deposition Watch Sensor

Deposition Watch
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Features:

  • No radioactive source
  • No moving parts or valves
  • Easy to install
  • Available in various sizes

Deposition Watch Monitors:

  • Wax
  • Scale
  • Hydrate
  • Asphaltene
  • Bitumen

Deposition Watch Sensor Available in 3 Models

Standard
  • Maximum pressure: 16 bar
  • Temperature range: 0 - +90 °C (+32 - +194 °F)
High Pressure
  • Maximum pressure: 100 bar
  • Temperature range: 0 - +200 °C (+32 - +392 °F)
Extra High Pressure
  • Maximum pressure: 390 bar
  • Temperature range: 0 - +400 °C (+32 - +752 °F)
*Maximum pressure might vary depending on the pipe size

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