held in Houston, TX in May 1-4, 2017
The company focuses on major hydrocarbon production regions in Eastern hemisphere, and has strong experience oil and gas related activities in arctic offshore and demanding onshore climates.
from Team Rocsole
Emulsion Watch Probe Sensor
Utilizing leading-edge tomographic technology, Rocsole’s Emulsion Watch Probe Sensor is a real-time non-radioactive monitoring solution that physically sees and accurately measures a tank’s emulsion layer, optimizing residence time to reduce maintenance costs, maintain higher safety standards, and result in higher quality output downstream. The system works with solids, foams, liquids and gas.
Benefits of Emulsion Watch Separator Probe
- Optimized residence time
- Higher output quality
- Optimized usage of chemicals
Emulsion Watch contains no moving parts and has a high resistance for contamination, which means it demands minimal maintenance. It also doesn't contain any radioactive source, which makes it safe and cost-effective to use.
Emulsion Watch utilizesa 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 probe sensor, which is simple to install and demand minimal amount of maintenance.
Sand-Water-Oil Interface Imaging with a Clean and a Contaminated Probe*If the video is not displayed, visit Product Videos page for a downloadable version
Probe Sensor ModelsStandard
- Maximum pressure: 16 bar
- Temperature range: +32 - +194 °F (0 - +90 °C)
- Maximum pressure: 100 bar
- Temperature range: +32 - +302 °F (0 - +150 °C)
- On request