Forum Subsea Rentals, a subsidiary of Forum Energy Technologies, Inc., and Aquatec Group Ltd have announced the signing of a global agreement for the rental of Aquatec’s proven LEAKlog™ leak detection and inspection suite. The Aquatec LEAKlog leak detection sensors are utilised for routine inspection and surveillance of a variety of subsea installations as well as for permanent leak monitoring applications. The suite incorporates a data acquisition system and interchangeable sensors.
Aquatec Group has been manufacturing innovative instruments for measuring, monitoring and communicating in water since 1990, and offer a proven range of subsea leak detection sensors including long range fluorometers, directional acoustic sensor and differential temperature detectors. This full equipment range will be available through Forum Subsea Rental’s global locations supported by their experienced technical teams coupled with the expertise of the Aquatec’s engineering group.
Nicki Nicholls, Global Business Director, Forum Subsea Rentals said: “This agreement gives FSR direct access to Aquatec’s technology-leading LEAKlog range of products and development team so we can offer not only the off the shelf packages, but also provide our customers bespoke instrumentation solutions. We look forward to be working closely with Aquatec, where the addition of this technology to our extensive range of rental assets gives our customers a cost-effective and reliable leak detecting option for completing their inspection campaigns.”
The Managing Director of Aquatec Group, Andy Smerdon commented: “Aquatec has been designing and providing subsea leak detection systems for over 15 years, and Forum’s team has considerable experience in mobilising and deploying these sensors. We welcome this opportunity to work closely with them to provide first class service and informed technical support directly to the users of our instrumentation.”
Forum Subsea Rentals is a leading provider of the latest subsea technology with the ability to support its clients on a global basis to the marine survey, offshore construction, ROV, geophysical and environmental industries.
Adapted from a press release by David Bizley
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/project-news/25012016/forum-subsea-rentals-signs-global-agreement-for-aquatec-leaklog/
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