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Enduro releases new pig sensor

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World Pipelines,

Enduro’s new Non-Intrusive Pig Sensor (N.I.P.S.) is designed to detect a change in the magnetic field as a pig is run through a pipeline and passes under the unit. The N.I.P.S. is equipped with a strong rare earth magnet on the base that attaches directly to the pipe. Generally used at launchers, receivers and valve sites where the pipe is exposed, the unit mounts on the pipe at any clock position with the highest visibility.

Enduro releases new pig sensor

The pig will require magnets to trigger the N.I.P.S. MfL tools would be easily seen, as they already have very strong magnets. For other types of tools, a signalling magnet would be installed in the pig.

The Enduro N.I.P.S. is a simple, lightweight, portable and cost-effective unit destined to be your next piece of standard equipment for pig tracking.

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