Guided Ultrasonic Monitoring of Pipe Systems (GUMPS), the flagship product of the company is a one of a kind, intelligent sensor indispensable to any industry that requires pipeline health and integrity monitoring to prevent potentially hazardous leaks.
GuMPS is a fully automated continuous condition monitoring system for pipelines that can operate at temperature extremes. This system is capable of monitoring pipelines of lengths of upto 60 m from a fixed point. It also transmits the data to any location using the cloud. The data is analysed using intelligent algorithms and provides the state of the pipe line including early detection of defects being formed and their growth rates.
Fully Automated Continuous online monitoring.
Operates at extreme temperatures. ( ranging from -100 ºC to 300 ºC)
Intelligent algorithms to warn the user of rapidly growing defects. Alerts the industry days in advance before a leak can occur.
One time installation. Periodic shutdowns for inspection can be avoided.
Cloud storage of data allowing access from a PC connected to the internet from anywhere in the world.
An ambitious Drone project under development, this product promises faster, easier inspection of Boilers, Stacks, Towers and more. Research and development is being done to provide high quality semi-autonomous visual inspection of difficult to access or hazardous regions.
A boiler where field trials for Noctua were conducted
SCOPE-I is a one of a kind novel manually controlled robot designed for visual inspection and automatic analysis of difficult to access regions, including pipeline stacks typically found in superheaters and economisers of thermal power plants.
Detailed analysis of pipelines in economisers and superheaters
Pin point the location of erosions, defects, deformations and scaling in a huge array of pipes.
Automatically generated panoramic images show the extent of scaling, deposits, bulging and rust on pipes.
Detailed report and summary of the structural health and integrity of the economiser/superheater.
Reduced overall downtime of inspection and replacement, and hence improved asset management.
Field Inspection at OEG's plant
SCOPE-I inspecting OEG's plant
This technology,under development, is another leap forward towards achieving a paradigm of innovation by measuring and monitoring the erosion/corrosion of the walls of fluid transport infrastructure. It has the capability to measure microns of lossesin pipe thickness at high temperature. Thus, it is a highly sensitivecontinuous monitoring tool. The advantage of using it that it provides a decision making tool for the management to choose the grade of crude they wish to process. The loss in thickness is the major factor which governs the choice of crude quality. The right mixture can lead to a minimal wall loss and also costs a minimum price for crude to be refined.
Works at high temperatures ( upto 300 ºC)
Continuous monitoring of corrosion in critical pipelines