Identify sources of external corrosion with the Pipe Current Mapper (PCM)
The PCM has become the choice for many for quickly identifying problem areas without the limitations of close interval survey. Utilizing magnetic fields, the PCM can be used over roadways, water, frozen ground and many other difficult areas.
Quick and easy detection of pipeline location and coating corrosion. The Pipeline Current Mapper is an excellent tool for professionals who continually work to maintain underground pipes in the highest working status. The tool can help professionals locate pipelines with coating defects, help determine the coating quality, and find out if the pipeline is touching any other nearby structures underground. Using Pipeline Current Mapper has helped professionals avoid close internal surveys, ensuring quick identification of pipelines.
The PCM Pipeline Current Mapper uses a portable transmitter and handheld receiver. Using the signals, professionals can detect pipeline issues up to 19 miles away. Measuring the depth and position of the pipeline is made hassle-free and seamless with this pipeline current mapper tool. This tool is meant to work on difficult terrains, including water, roadways, frozen underground, and more, making it a versatile pipeline detection tool. The device takes about one second to give results and stores up to 10,000 readings. The pipeline defect mapper helps professionals conduct two surveys, namely, AC Voltage Gradient (ACVG) and AC Current Attenuation (ACCA). The device also comes with a USB and Bluetooth connection along with an Android app, making it easy to share and store data.
With affordable Pipeline Current Mapper price, locating underground pipes with coating defects becomes a single-man operation, helping save on critical resources.
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