First Acteon Technology BBQ a Huge Success

The first technology BBQ held by Acteon companies Pulse Structural Monitoring and SRP was hailed a huge success as a strong turnout and a healthy dousing of September sunshine contributed to an excellent afternoon in Woking

 Both companies had a range of their latest subsea equipment on show. Particular highlights included the unveiling of Pulse’s new generation INTEGRIpod subsea data logger and live demonstrations of SRP’s Nimway riser connector.

Featuring enhanced precision, extended battery life and on-board processing, the new generation INTEGRIpod is the most advanced on the market. Pulse successfully demonstrated how the logger can integrate with Sonardyne’s acoustic modems to provide a cable free solution to real time wellhead fatigue monitoring.

Speaking at the event Brian Taylor, Pulse Sales Manager for EMEA, said, “Today has been a very successful event and it has been great to have so many people here to see our latest products. Pulse have continually strived to maintain our position as the technical leader within the field of subsea integrity monitoring, hopefully this event has given our clients the opportunity to see what progress we have made over the past year”.

Over 60 people attended the event which was held at Pulse’s manufacturing facility. Also on display were recent technologies for landing string tension monitoring, mooring connections and fatigue monitoring on riser turret mooring systems.

26 Sep 2014
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