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MetriCorr to exhibit at NACE 2018

We are pleased to announce that MetriCorr will be exhibiting at the 2018 NACE Corrosion Conference in Phoenix, Arizona in April 2018.
We look forward to show casing our corrosion monitoring solution.

Visit us at our stand opposite the CP training field, Booth 1811 at the Phoenix Convention Centre 15 – 19 April 2018.
In keeping with MetriCorr’s long history of Field Proven, Research Based Technology, in addition to our booth, we will be presenting two technical papers:
• Laboratory investigation of the effect of the chemical environment on AC corrosion – Andreas Junker-Holst
• A Critical Review of Parameters for Meaningful AC Corrosion Modelling – Ernesto Santana Diaz

Register online: http://nacecorrosion.org/registration

Celebrating three years with Web Service

With more than 75 Customers / pipeline operators and 240 user-logins, the MetriCorr Web Service concept has proved its value to the industry. The Web Service development has been realized during a continuous dialogue between MetriCorr developers and the dedicated group of users that have shared their views and wishes. While being thankful to all contributions and ideas so far, we encourage a continuous dialogue with all present and new customers.

MetriCorr Web Service is the unique on-line tool for viewing and managing data produced by MetriCorr instrumented test stations. Get the big picture through easily configurable data tables or dive into the details and investigate the root cause for corrosion through intuitive graphic analysis of historical data by the click of the mouse.

In this video you will get a short introduction to the web service interface. Or you can find more information at the Web Service product page

New quality certification at MetriCorr

Following successful audit MetriCorr is proud to announce our certification according to ISO 9001:2015 with the following scope:

“Development, production, sales and installation of equipment for monitoring of corrosion rate and corrosion protection of metallic structures, data interpretation and services related hereto, as well as joint industry research and scientific programs.”

How does environment and PH affect AC Corrosion?

New Metricorr research on AC corrosion will be shared at NACE 2017, when Andreas Junker-Holst presents his paper entitled “Effect of chemical environment and pH on AC corrosion of cathodically protected structures”.

Come by the symposium “AC Interference, AC Induced Corrosion, Induced AC Risk Assessment, Monitoring and Mitigation” and learn more about the latest MetriCorr research.

The symposium includes technical papers on:

  • AC interferences
  • AC corrosion
  • Risk assessment of induced AC
  • Case studies on AC corrosion
  • Fault currents and monitoring

When: March 29, 10am till 5pm.
Where: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans – Room 220

Visit us at NACE in New Orleans, March 2017

MetriCorr is happy to welcome you in our booth at NACE Conference & Expo March 26-30, 2017 in New Orleans. We will demonstrate our latest products in relation to remote monitoring of corrosion and cathodic protection as well as our innovative Webservice for viewing, managing and analyzing data. Come by and see how we analyze corrosion risks – in particular caused by induced AC.

Where:
You will find us in Ernest N. Morial Convention Center booth no 551 right next to the NACE CP-training field.

 

CeoCor annual conference with significant MetriCorr contribution

The 60th international conference of Ceocor – the European Commission for Study of Corrosion and Protection of Piping systems –  took place in Ljubljana (Slovenia) from 17th- 20th May 2016. Presenting two scientific papers as well as exhibiting latest technologies, MetriCorr made a significant contribution to the conference and to the further development of the understanding of corrosion risks due to electrical interference on pipelines.

Andreas Junker-Holst presented his paper on the effect of coating defect size and orientation on AC corrosion risk on buried pipelines and additionally with the paper on DC stray current Criteria presented by Lars Vendelbo Nielsen MetriCorr consolidated their position as a leading expert in the understanding, mitigation and monitoring corrosion on pipelines due to electrical interference effects.

Vacant position: Electrical Engineer for Cathodic Protection

MetriCorr is continuously and successfully increasing our activities and we would like to welcome our next colleague.
You are an ambitious and open minded engineer educated in electrical engineering and you have at least 5 years documented experience in cathodic protection for onshore pipelines. You will be working in an international environment, and you enjoy using your English language (written and spoken). You are service minded and customer oriented. You are not afraid of doing the field work yourself, and you know how to prepare a report in a clear language.

Your primary activities will include:

  • Engineering and Consultancy projects for our clients.
  • Joint industry research programs
  • Modelling – electrical gradients and (AC/DC) interference.
  • Customer support, backup and services related to our products
  • Participation in product development – in particular full scale experimental testing in close collaboration with our research and development team.

Travel activities should be expected. We offer a salary in accordance with your qualifications.

MetriCorr ApS is a Danish Company with an international client base that includes the world largest energy companies. We develop and sell state of the art remote monitoring equipment and related services and software for corrosion and cathodic protection for pipelines, tank bottoms, power plants and offshore wind turbines. We market our products and services around the globe with special attention to US, Russia, Middle East as well as Denmark / Europe.

For further information on the position – please call Lars Vendelbo Nielsen +45 72 177 406

Application with CV can be sent to

Lars Vendelbo Nielsen
lvn@metricorr.dk