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Subsea cathodic protection (CP) survey

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Subsea cathodic protection anode stab from Deepwater

Deepwater began as an offshore inspection and engineering firm in 1986, and in 1988 we developed the Polatrak line of subsea survey equipment.

Deepwater has always been a pioneer in continually improving both the equipment and the methodologies used for subsea corrosion survey.

The integrity of survey data is only as good as the instruments and the offshore inspection crews using them, and Deepwater is one of the best in the business. Accurate inspection data are critical to our engineers, who need reliable results to provide expert consultancy on the health and performance of cathodic protection systems, including if and when to retrofit failing anodes.

Deepwater’s multipoint, risk-based inspection procedures and reporting software ensure that clients spend their inspection budget wisely while protecting staff and offshore asset value. Deepwater have developed a number of survey techniques to give a true representation of existing conditions, and can accurately estimate the remaining life of cathodic protection systems for platforms, pipelines and subsea equipment.

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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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