ORANGE COUNTY, CA, October 26, 2017 – OleumTech® Corporation (www.oleumtech.com), a leading provider of wireless IoT and level sensing solutions, today published a case study showcasing the patented Resistive Level Sensors and their ability to fight against scale buildup due to its superior design, material selection, and quality.
Scale building up on level sensors is a major concern for oil and gas producers since the problem is detrimental to their day-to-day operation causing level reading issues which can cause unwanted spills and affecting asset inventory management. The extra cost and labor required for servicing these sensors also add up quickly. In areas like the Permian and Uinta Basins, operators have no option but to inspect and scrape off the scale buildup on sensors every 60 to 90 days.
Some of these operators have made the switch to the OleumTech Resistive Level Sensors and are not having any scale buildup issues.
OleumTech Corporation is a leading manufacturer of industrial automation systems that represents the new paradigm of remote monitoring and control for industries such as Oil & Gas, Refining, Petro-Chemical, Utilities and Water/Wastewater. With over 350,000 nodes deployed, the patented system eliminates costs associated with running cables and digging trenches with the use of its wireless tank monitoring, wellhead monitoring and peer-to-peer process automation solutions. Forming the foundation of a highly scalable, peer-to-peer wireless infrastructure, the OleumTech Wireless Systems enables “last mile” connectivity in any wireless SCADA and telemetry application.