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Wireless Corrosion Transmitter works with water systems.

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October 12, 2012 - Measuring corrosion rate and pitting tendency, Corrater® CWT-9020 is designed for on-line monitoring of water systems in electrically hazardous areas with operating range of -40 to +70°C. Transmitter can be supplied as part of Cosasco® Wireless Corrosion Monitoring System or added to any Emerson Smart Wireless Network or output from gateway via Modbus Interface to any process automation system. Once installed, computed corrosion rate and pitting tendency may be read.

Rohrback Cosasco Systems, Inc.

11841 E. Smith Ave., Santa Fe Springs, CA, 90670, USA

Original Press Release

New Corrater® Wireless Corrosion Transmitter for Water Systems

Press release date: October 11, 2012

Rohrback Cosasco Systems introduced the new Corrater® Wireless Corrosion Transmitter measuring corrosion rate and pitting tendency in water systems. The Corrater CWT-9020 transmitter is designed for on-line corrosion monitoring of water systems in electrically hazardous areas with an allowable operating range of from -40°C to 70°C. The CWT has a patented high frequency measurement on two electrodes for compensation of solution resistance that provides the highest accuracy and widest range of operation.

The Corrater Wireless Corrosion Transmitter can be supplied as part of a complete Cosasco® Wireless Corrosion Monitoring System comprised of Corrater Wireless Corrosion Transmitters, Microcor® Wireless Corrosion Transmitter’s, Quicksand™ Wireless Corrosion Transmitters, Cosasco Wireless Extenders, Gateways, corrosion management and process interface software.  Alternatively, the Corrater Wireless Corrosion Transmitter can be added seamlessly to any Emerson Smart Wireless Network or output from the gateway via Modbus Interface to virtually any Process Automation System.

Each wireless corrosion transmitter will work as a node in a self-organizing network (mesh) to ensure consistent delivery of data.  Secure and infinitely configurable, the self-organizing network ensures an adaptive, flexible approach to wireless data transfer that is a significant improvement on hard-wired systems, which define most plants.

Corrater Wireless Corrosion Transmitters are quickly and easily installed without the time and expense required for wiring.  Once installed computed corrosion rate and pitting tendency is read from the Gateway directly into your DCS system, an RCS ICMS3-Amulet Corrosion Management System, or a Microcor Tools software package for smaller scale systems.

For more information, specifications, and applications on the Corrater Wireless Corrosion Transmitter for corrosion management is available at www.cosasco.com

About Rohrback Cosasco
Rohrback Cosasco specializes in a complete range of Industrial Corrosion Control Management & Monitoring Solutions. Corrosion equipment is used for a range of internal corrosion monitoring, atmospheric monitoring, remote monitoring, downhole corrosion monitoring, rouge monitoring, erosion monitoring, and scale in water monitoring. Rohrback Cosasco is the known globally as the OEM for the following product brands Microcor®, Cosasco®, Corrosometer®, Corrater®, Corrdata® and Ultracorr®.

Additional corrosion Services include asset preservation consultancy, remote monitoring and data collection, field services inspection, maintenance and training.

These corrosion control products & services commonly used in oil and gas, petrochemical, water treatment, chemical, pulp and paper, and pharmaceutical industries. The company is ISO 9001: 2008 certified; the products conform to CE and ATEX standards.

For more information, please contact Rohrback Cosasco at sales@cosasco.com, tel: +1(562) 949-0123 ext 213, or email Kathleen Rosario KRosario@cosasco.com.

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