PC-controlled electromechanical loading device can perform slow strain rate tests (SSRT, CERT), constant-load and cyclic-fatigue tests. The loading device can be equipped with various kinds of specimen holders.
Autoclaves for corrosion-testing purposes. The autoclaves can be adapted for various kinds of corrosion-testing applications. These Autoclaves equipped with recirculation loops, DC PD, LVDT, electrochemical tools, Loading devises and scratching devices.
Cormet manufactures various kinds of tools for high-pressure high-temperature water-chemistry monitoring and electrochemical testing.These sensors operating in high-temperature high-pressure environments.
Controlled-flow instruments are used for flow-accelerated corrosion and inhibitor studies. Rotating electrodes(RDE.RRDE,RCE &RC)are used to study corrosion inhibitors in oil and gas industry environments.
Recirculation loops are used in laboratories to provide an environment that is similar to a plant environment (water, steam, supercritical fluid). Temperature, Pressure, Water chemistry, Dissolved gases and Flow rate parameters can be simulated.
Cormet has built laboratories for corrosion-testing purposes in H2S-environment and instrumented corrosiontesting devices in hot-cell environments. Laboratory projects are always customised turn-key deliveries, including instruments, installation&Training.
Comprehensive range of electrical (ER) and linear polarization resistance (LPR) measuring probes. Used for measuring corrosion in process applications, refining & processing, chemical production, water treatment & distribution and industrial applications
Combining resolution and lifespan within one probe eliminating the traditional trade off with ER technology. Configurable technology allowing the measurement of both erosion and corrosion from one technology platform.
The corrosion-erosion monitor consists of a head unit and up to 32 smaller transducers. Acoustic signals are converted to digital signals and transfer it to safe area. Equipment which converts signals to indicate remaining wall thickness.