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RECAP corrosion monitoring data logger

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RECAP Corrosion Monitoring Data Logger from Deepwater

Deepwater’s RECAP device has been designed to collect rich subsea cathodic protection data. Typical cathodic protection monitoring only requires infrequent measurements, sometimes more than a year apart.

The RECAP™ data logger is Deepwater’s recoverable subsea cathodic protection recorder

For special situations and complex equipment, however, it has been proven to be very useful to collect rich time-resolved CP data to help characterize the kinetics of a complicated CP system or to troubleshoot intermittent depolarization or overprotection effects.

The RECAP can be installed and retrieved in a variety of configurations, either topside (such as on a drilling stack or riser section), or subsea by ROV or diver. Several RECAPs have been deployed and have been continuously operating on drilling equipment since 2014.

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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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