Sensor Networks, Inc. is a Central Pennsylvania-based technology company specializing in:
- Installed ultrasonic sensor networks used to measure and monitor metal loss due to corrosion / erosion in industrial assets.
- Custom conventional and phased-array ultrasonic transducers for safety-critical and demanding applications in the Aerospace and Power Generation industries.
We design and manufacture integrated systems and transducers for asset-condition monitoring using ultrasonic sensors and arrays using a digital control-and-communications system architecture that supports handheld, wired and wireless data collection.
Our products are highly modular and can be configured for many different portable and installed-sensor applications in the Aerospace, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, and other PSM-regulated industries. Single locations, dozens, hundreds, even a thousand data points can be monitored with a single wireless network or cable drop.
Our expertise lies with precision ultrasonic thickness gaging and flaw detection using single-, dual-element, angle-beam or phased-array transducers. Off-the-shelf or custom products for real-time corrosion & erosion monitoring or flaw detection applications are addressable with our technology.
Our ultrasonic sensors can monitor metal loss and material degradation due to corrosion / erosion or cracking including crack growth in the following industries:
Oil & Gas Upstream
Sand erosion monitoring on riser pipes, Choke and kill piping, Flow-line corrosion, Scrubber and water separators, heat-exchanger vessels, offshore structural steel.
Oil & Gas Midstream
Jump-over station piping, buried pipe including natural gas distribution, oil crude lines, tar sands, road crossings, wet gas pipelines.
Oil & Gas Downstream
Pipes, pressure vessels, heat exchanger shells, tray towers, overhead crude lines, sour water service, vacuum lines, etc.
Electric Power Generation
High-energy piping, buried and service water pipes, penstocks, feed-water piping and heater shells, condenser lines, nuclear containment building liners.
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