The new Cosasco Bluetooth Suite of corrosion monitoring products allows users to configure and collect pipeline corrosion and erosion data wirelessly.
The Bluetooth-enabled products install in industrial pipes and vessels to monitor internal corrosion rates. A Transfer Unit is used to wirelessly configure and collect data from the units, allowing users to determine the rate of metal loss and monitor the efficiency of chemical treatment programs.
The Cosasco Bluetooth Converter adapts legacy Cosasco instruments to communicate wirelessly with the Transfer Unit. Only one Transfer Unit is needed to configure and collect data from any Cosasco Bluetooth-enabled monitoring technology, including Microcor ER, Electrical Resistance (ER), Linear Polarization Resistance (LPR) and Ultracorr (Ultrasonic).
Internal corrosion is one of the leading causes of pipeline failure — and one of the most difficult to detect. Pipeline accidents have caused catastrophic injury and destruction, resulting in the U.S. Department of Transportation imposing integrity management requirements on pipeline operators. To aid operator compliance, Cosasco has developed efficient, reliable means of monitoring internal and external corrosion before it causes problems.
Cosasco has been the world leader in corrosion monitoring since 1950. The company offers a wide range of solutions to corrosion problems in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, petrochemical, water treatment, chemical, pulp and paper and pharmaceutical. Cosasco designs and manufactures corrosion monitoring systems and equipment including instrumentation, probes, coupons, mechanical access systems and integrated corrosion management servers and software.
Cosasco is committed to providing products and services of the highest quality level commensurate with the state-of-the-art in the industries it serves. The company’s objective is to produce safe and reliable products which meet in all respects the specifications published by the company for those products and which conform to the particular requirements of each specifications and application conditions to the extent that such are made known to and are accepted by the company.
More information can be found at cosasco.com.Tags: corrosion