Buckleys Bathycorrometer

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The Bathycorrometer® is a well-proven inspection tool for measuring the levels of corrosion on sub-sea structures. Light and easy to use, this hand-held unit enables divers to obtain accurate readings of the corrosion potential levels of structures at the point of contact.

The Bathycorrometer® is a well-proven inspection tool for measuring the levels of corrosion on sub-sea structures. Light and easy to use, this hand-held unit enables divers to obtain accurate readings of the corrosion potential levels of structures at the point of contact.

The first Bathycorrometer® unit went into rigorous North Sea service in 1971. Customer satisfaction with the performance of Bathycorrometers® has led to specified use, worldwide. The current model retains the features of the original Roxby unit but with the addition of modern electronics. It can also be connected to a Surface Display Unit (SDU), which provides a top-side verification of readings.

Bathycorrometers® are used for polarisation, corrosion and interaction surveys, in particular as part of the commissioning check or inspection of production and drilling platforms; sub-sea pipelines; ships’ hulls; jetties and other marine works.

Standard Kit (Ref: H1) comprises:
Buckleys Bathycorrometer, battery charger, 6 x hardened stainless steel probe tips, Probe tip spanner, Silicone grease, Zinc and Magnesium test blocks and comprehensive instruction manual, all contained in fitted carrying case.

    • Illuminated digital display
    • Facility for adding remote monitoring
    • Single handed and light
    • Simple to use and maintain
    • Robust and inert housing
    • Suitable for use in deep water – up to 350 metres
    • Easily replaceable half cell
    • Supplied with calibration certificate
    • Kit includes Zinc and Magnesium test blocks

Description

The Bathycorrometer® is a well-proven inspection tool for measuring the levels of corrosion on sub-sea structures. Light and easy to use, this hand-held unit enables divers to obtain accurate readings of the corrosion potential levels of structures at the point of contact.