Strong Response to New Sub-Sea Pipeline Leak Detection System

(Press Release)
Thursday, March 08, 2012

Chelsea Technologies Group announced this week a significant increase in both sale and rental contracts for the 2011 Model Sub-Sea Pipeline Leak Detection System. The PLD system now includes the provision of digital output on all fluorimeters  operating these systems, and alignment of power requirements allowing easy integration to common ROV platforms. Systems are now on offer for both shallow (ROV mounted and diver held) and full ocean depth operations.
The new software package, UNIplot , has been developed to allow real-time graphical display and robust recording of data on supplied laptop PCs.
“Over the last 6 months, we’ve received contracts, for both hire and purchase of these systems, from Total, Haliburton, Acergy France, CSA International, Shell, Weatherford US, Subsea 7 and BJ Services,” said Justin Dunning, Sales Manager.
The Chelsea  Pipeline Leak Detection  system can be used for pipeline commissioning and pipeline leak detection using many products which are used in today's offshore industry, as well as direct detection of hydrocarbons. The systems can also be used to detect leaks from many control fluids also used within this industry. A full list of detectable products can be supplied upon request, or alternatively samples can tested within Chelsea’s laboratories.
For more information please contact Ellen Keegan ekeegan@chelsea.co.uk  Tel +44 (0)20 8481 9019 or visit.

 

 

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