“Technology is the key to improving safety and efficiency in the energy industries”, according to Danny Constantinis (Executive Chairman) of the EM&I Group.
“We invest considerable time and resources in developing new technologies to help improve safety & efficiency and reduce the risk of deaths in confined spaces or working at height.
Patent awards are a recognition of the innovative nature of our technologies, and we are delighted at having received the USA patent for our NoMan remote inspection system which adds to the NoMan patents for Europe & Africa (ARIPO).” he commented.
The NoMan optical system is class approved and is used for remote general and close visual inspection of tanks, pressure vessels and other confined spaces, reducing safety risk, cost and out of service time.
The latest NoMan development uses a synchronous laser system, first approved by DNV, which adds the ability to measure structural deformation, material thickness, and pitting density, depth, and size.
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