Emulsion Watch

Rocsole Emulsion Watch

Now there's an alternative to nucleonic devices. Seeing adn measuring a separator's emulsion layer or solid level, as well as providing a full profile of the separator, Rocsole's Emulsion Watch is non-radioactive, works when contaminated with Rocsole's See Beyond -technology and allows you to:

How Our Emulsion Watch Works

Utilizing leading-edge tomographic technology, our Emulsion Watch is a real-time, non-radioactive monitoring solution that physically sees and measures a tank’s emulsion layer, improving separation efficiency by optimizing residence time and resulting in higher quality output downstream. Process imaging and measurement is accomplished using a sensor, which is simple to install and requires minimal maintenance. The system works with solids, foams, liquids and gas.

Sand-Water-Oil interface Imaging with a Clean and a Contaminated Probe WMV 21.5 MB Download

Improve Separation Efficiency by Optimizing the Emulsion

In Oil & Gas operations, it is very difficult to identify what is happening inside a separator. Installing Emulsion Watch is a real eye-opener as it will allow operators to see everything in real time.

Emulsion Watch provides a visualization what is happening inside a separator. Emulsion location and thickness can be fed to any existing automation.
Emulsion Watch provides a visualization what is happening inside a separator. Emulsion location and thickness can be fed to any existing automation.

The sensor installed into the tank visualizes and monitors:

  • Full profile of the tank
  • Thickness and placement of the emulsion layer, real-time

If you are interested in seeing solid layers in separators, please have a look at Sand Watch.

Rocsole's Webroc UI provides a real-time visualization of the separator. Left: a setup with oil, emulsion and water. Right: A tomographic image where emulsion layer can be seen as red. Next to image, a conductivity profile where emulsion is shown as a slope. Other trends are interface position trend and interface (emulsion) conductivity trend.
Rocsole's Webroc UI provides a real-time visualization of the separator. Left: a setup with oil, emulsion and water. Right: A tomographic image where emulsion layer can be seen as red. Next to image, a conductivity profile where emulsion is shown as a slope. Other trends are interface position trend and interface (emulsion) conductivity trend.

Avoid the Cost of Ownership Associated With Radioactive Devices

Rocsole's technology is based on a safe electric measurement technology. It doesn't need any certifications related to nucleonic sources and their transport or usage on the field.

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