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Sensor Types - Rocsole Inc – Tomography for oil & gas industry

Sensor Types

Rocsole’s process imaging solutions utilize two types of sensors

  • Pipe sensor for pipeline monitoring
  • Probe sensor for oil separator monitoring

All sensor types are designed for demanding process conditions and are simple to install. With no moving parts they require minimal amount of maintenance.

System Pictures

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Pipe sensor for pipeline monitoring

  • Deposition
  • Sanding
  • Slugs
  • Water cut

Probe sensor for oil separator monitoring

  • Emulsion layer thickness
  • Interfaces

The sensors are also available in subsea versions.

Check frequently asked questions for additional information on sensors, delivery and process tomography.

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Minimal Maintenance

  • No radioactive source
  • No moving parts
  • Automatic calibration

Sensor Design Principles

  • Materials and design suitable for demanding process conditions
  • IECEx and/or ATEX approved, when necessary
  • Fulfills low voltage directive
  • Fulfills EMC directives
  • CE marking
  • Minimum IP65 class
  • Only FDA approved materials for food industry solutions

Rocsole Certifications

Technical Data

IP Protection - IP65

AC Power Input - 100-240V ~ 50/60 Hz

Ethernet - IEEE 802.3u

Current Output - 4…20 mA, Modbus/TCP,
others available on request

Pipe Sensor Available in 3 Models

  • 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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