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Inspection tools POLATRAK® ROV II™ Probe

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Fixed Floating Subsea
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Oil & Gas Renewables Aquaculture Marine Construction
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The Polatrak ROV II is the world’s best-selling, general-purpose, tip-contact cathodic-protection (CP) probe. The first CP probe manufactured with twin elements, it allows on-line calibration that eliminates time-consuming on-site procedures and greatly reduces user error.

The ROV II is the most dependable and widely used tip-contact probe on the market.

The ROV II probe interfaces easily with the ROV, but can also be held by divers. It serves as either a tip-contact or proximity-style probe. If ROV operators prefer to avoid connection with the umbilical, the ROV II probe can be connected directly to Deepwater’s Deep C Meter readout to make the survey system completely self-contained.

The CP potentials are displayed directly on a subsea readout viewable with the ROV’s video camera. Like all Polatrak corrosion probes, the ROV II is fully field-serviceable, with plug-in electrode elements and interchangeable components, plus no battery is required.

The system benefits from:

  • guaranteed accuracy
  • tip-contact or proximity modes
  • rugged construction
  • optional Deep C Meter readout.

Delivered by Deepwater

Deepwater is a global leader in subsea corrosion control for all asset types, including oil and gas platforms, coastal terminals and offshore wind turbines.

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