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Seatronics partners with Force Technology

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World Pipelines,

Seatronics, an Acteon company, has formed a new partnership with Force Technology, a technological consultancy company. Under the agreement, Seatronics’ customers base will have access to Force Technology’s field gradient sensor (FiGS) system, a non-contact cathodic protection (CP) inspection tool.

With the system detecting coating damages on exposed and buried pipelines and structures, it offers a change in CP integrity. The FiGS can accurately measure anode performance and help to optimise CP retrofitting. Moreover, it offers substantial cost savings for clients, as well as reducing inspection time.

Phil Middleton, Group Managing Director of Seatronics, commented: “We are delighted to have partnered with Force Technology and the FiGS system is a product which we are genuinely excited about.

“We are actively developing our portfolio of equipment, which can assist our clients in assessing the long term integrity of their assets. We feel the FiGS system is unmatched in this respect and look forward to working with Leiv and his team,” Middleton added.

Leiv Laate, Vice President of Force Technology, said: “We are happy to partner up with Seatronics, a leading player in the market, and we look forward to fruitful co-operation for years to come.”

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