Seatronics, an Acteon company, has signed a new partnership agreement with Force Technology, an international technological consultancy company.
The new agreement will provide Seatronics’ global customer base with access to Force Technology’s Field Gradient Sensor (FiGS) system.
FiGS is a non-contact CP inspection tool, which detects coating damages on exposed and buried pipelines and structures, accurately measures anode performance and helps optimize CP retrofitting.
Phil Middleton, group managing director, Seatronics, said: “We are delighted to have partnered with Force Technology and the FiGS system is a product which we are genuinely excited about.
“We feel the FiGS system is unmatched in this respect and look forward to working with Leiv and his team.”
Leiv Laate, vice president, Force Technology, added “We are happy to partner up with Seatronics, a leading player in the market, and we look forward to fruitful co-operation for years to come.”
The FiGS system will be available for rental throughout Seatronics’ global bases in Aberdeen, Houston, Singapore and Abu Dhabi.