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November 14, 2013

ClampOn Subsea CEM to Burullus

ClampOn has been awarded a contract from Saipem for the supply of ClampOn Subsea CEM, Corrosion-Erosion Monitors. This is one of the largest contracts received by ClampOn to date, the company said.

The CEM systems will be configured with our latest technology and may be upgraded with the capability to perform tomography mapping of the pipe when this is available.

The ClampOn Corrosion-Erosion Monitors will be part of Saipem’s delivery to the West Delta Deep Marine Phase IXa Project, operated by the Burullus Gas Company in the Mediterranean Sea.

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