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Argus® OiW

Discharge Monitoring

Unique in-line probe design

Retractable during operation

Automatic self-cleaning system

Reliable and continuous measurements of Oil in Water

Argus Oil in Water monitors concentrations at different levels, to monitor the separation process (water outlet), the water treatment process or the water injection process, paving the way for new applications for online OiW monitors. Oil & Gas operators are able to manage the process with real time OiW data from single or multiple measurement points throughout the process, providing unique process control.

Retraction tools

RT-C

Standard retraction tool for operating pressures up to 2 barg.

RT-ZC

For increased personnel safety at operating pressures upto 4 barg
(Equinor standard)

RT-H

Hydraulic retraction tool for operating pressures up to 100 barg.

Key Features

Unique in-line probe design

Robust measurement principle: Laser Induced Fluorescence

Retractable in line probe. all pressure ranges, no bypass loop required

Patented automatic ultrasound self-cleaning

Remote monitoring of OiW (offshore or onshore), fully integrated with industry standard control systems

Safe area installation

Multipoint system

Wireless communication

Key Benefits

Unique in-line probe design

Retractable during operation

Automatic self-cleaning system

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Argus® Transmitter Monitor

One Sensor

Multiple Applications

Combined measurements in one probe

Retractable under operation 

Automatic self-cleaning system

Pioneering in-line Oil in Water, Turbidity & TSS Measurements

Description coming soon

Key Features

Extreme cleaning capabilities

Unaffected by fluctuating process pressure, temperature or flowrate

The only reliable ultrasonic cleaning system at high pressure

Self-diagnostic features

Patented retract and clean technology

Industry leading in-line OiW-monitor

Accurate and reliable Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) measurements

Prevents significant oil discharges, immediate alarm when OiW levels exceed a defined limit

Remote monitoring of OiW (offshore or onshore), fully integrated with industry standard control systems

Key Benefits

Extreme self-cleaning capabilities up to 100 barg operating pressure

Continuous in-line monitoring of OiW

Designed for the most extreme process conditions

Suitable for use in all stages of the water treatment process

Low maintenance due to unique cleaning system

Industry leading in-line OiW-monitor

Improves performance of produced water treatment systems

Reduces the use of chemicals

Minimises OiW discharge

Fully removable without shutdown of process

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Argus® Extreme

Next Level Monitoring

Argus OiW Multipoint System

Industry Leading Technology

Extreme self-cleaning

Introducing the next level of Oil in Water Monitor for extreme conditions

Argus® Extreme is enabling Oil in Water (OiW) monitoring for the most difficult process conditions. It is fully automatic and self-cleaning up to 100 barg operating pressure. It features a groundbreaking patented Retract and Clean technology a landmark in OiW monitoring and is eligible for use in all stages of the water treatment.

Key Features

Extreme cleaning capabilities

Unaffected by fluctuating process pressure, temperature or flowrate

The only reliable ultrasonic cleaning system at high pressure

Self-diagnostic features

Patented retract and clean technology

Industry leading in-line OiW-monitor

Accurate and reliable Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) measurements

Prevents significant oil discharges, immediate alarm when OiW levels exceed a defined limit

Remote monitoring of OiW (offshore or onshore), fully integrated with industry standard control systems

Key Benefits

Extreme self-cleaning capabilities up to 100 barg operating pressure

Continuous in-line monitoring of OiW

Designed for the most extreme process conditions

Suitable for use in all stages of the water treatment process

Low maintenance due to unique cleaning system

Industry leading in-line OiW-monitor

Improves performance of produced water treatment systems

Reduces the use of chemicals

Minimises OiW discharge

Fully removable without shutdown of process

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Argus® Multipoint

Tailored Multipoint Flexibility

Unique in-line probe design

Retractable during operation

Automatic self-cleaning system

Multiple Oil in Water measurement points in one system

The Argus® design enables several in-line measurement probes to be connected to the same central control unit through fibre-optic cable. In a multipoint Oil in Water monitoring system both low-pressure and high-pressure measurement points can be implemented. The control unit can be located in a hazardous area or a safe area. Flexibility of the Argus® technology makes ProAnalysis able to design systems that fits customer needs.

Hazardous Area EX Unit
Up to 4 In-Line Probes

Up to 4 in-line measurement probes can be connected to the ATEX certified field enclosure housing the Argus contol unit (laser, optics, electronics etc). A typical setup includes one measurement point at the inlet to the produced water treatment system, one measurement point at the outlet, and – if needed – one or two measurement points at different stages of the process. Such a system provides unique control and information about the efficiency of the produced water system.

Safe Area Cabinet
Up to 4 In-Line Probes

Locating the control unit in a safe area (instrument room or similar) enables up to 12 in-line measurement probes to be connected to the control unit. From one complete Oil in Water monitoring system, one or several produced water treatment trains or systems can be monitored and controlled (before and after treat- ment, between hydrocyclones etc). Operators get the full picture of the performance of the different systems, and are able to make qualified decisions based on real-time process data.

Key Features

Significantly reduced cost per measurement point compared to using separate OiW-monitors at each measurement point. Costs are reduced at all levels – initial investment, installation- and service costs

Efficient produced water process control and optimization. Monitoring each step of the process enables immediate and accurate response, improving the
performance of the produced water treatment system

Low space requirements eliminating the need for several separate instruments

Condition based maintenance of process equipment

Cost reductions from improved water treatment (chemicals etc)

Up to 200 m optical Fibre cable between in-line probe and control unit

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Argus® Subsea

Subsea Monitoring

Unique in-line probe design

Retractable during operation

Automatic self-cleaning system

Optimally suited for subsea application

Most large international Oil & Gas operators have a strong focus on subsea technology, and increasingly more equipment is located subsea. However, subsea separation of oil / gas / water – with a large potential for cost savings – has not yet been implemented. Operators have stated that ” Oil in Water measurement from subsea separators is an area with significant technology gaps as none of the instruments topside can be easily adapted.

This technology is crucial for the application of subsea separation.” (“Technology strategy for Subsea Processing and Transport”, October 2006). The Argus® technology is designed for operation in challenging offshore process conditions, and has a number of characteristics that makes it well suited for subsea application.

Key Features

UV fluorescence measurement principle

In-line measurement

Measurement at higher pressures and temperatures

Low level of maintenance, long lifetime

Remote operation

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