Tank Content Scanning Service

Benefits of Rocsole's Tank Content Scanning Service

Without knowing the true water content of the product in a tank, it is challenging to define optimal residence time or ensure the maximum quality of the output. Using our leading-edge Tank Content Scanning Service not only detects and profiles your tank's multiple interfaces, it also measures the water content of the product layer so you can:

How Our Tank Content Scanning Service Works

Rocsole's Tank Content Scanning Service sees and detects interfaces and measures the water content of the product with the solid layer at the bottom. Utilizing safe, non-nuclear tomogrpahic technology, our service is performed by using a scanning sensor that is not affected by contamination (See Beyond -compliant).

The sensor is lowered into a tank and the sensor sees and the layers and identifies the water content in all layers. Furthermore, the service tells the type of deposit at the bottom.
The sensor is lowered into a tank and the sensor sees and the layers and identifies the water content in all layers. Furthermore, the service tells the type of deposit at the bottom.

Without knowing the type of the solid layer, it is hard to identify the cleaning methods required by the contaminated tank. By using our Tank Content Scanning Service, you can:

  • Detect type of the solid layer
  • Detect thickness of the solid layer

Without knowing the true water content of the product in a tank, it is challenging to define optimal residence time or ensure the maximum quality of the output. Our leading-edge Tank Content Scanning Service not only detects and profiles your tank's multiple interfaces, but also measures the water content of the product layer so you can:

  • Optimize residence time
  • Ensure higher quality output downstream
  • Verify the results of manual sampling
  • Optimize chemical injection
Tank Content Scanning Service Platform Concept.
Tank Content Scanning Service Platform Concept.

Applications

This case study presents scanning results of 5000 m3 oil storage tanks in an oil refinery. The goal was to detect location of the interfaces to find out if an emulsion layer existed between the oil and water/metal sediment layer and to measure water content of the oil layer to define optimal residence time. Click to learn how this innovative Rocsole solution has helped overcome real challenges.

Presentation: Tank Content Scanning Service - Case Refinery Oil Tanks