C-Kore Systems Ltd.

York, 
United Kingdom
http://c-kore.com/
  • Booth: 647


Come see how we simplify Subsea testing!

C-Kore is a fast growing, innovative company passionate about making life easier for Subsea engineers by bringing fast and reliable testing techniques to the offshore industry. Their Subsea IR/CR and TDR tools save customers money by quickly confirming the integrity of Subsea cables, automating the entire testing process, saving days of vessel time

Brands: Subsea testing, insulation resistance (IR) testing, continuity, integrity umbilicals cables EFLs SCMs distribution units, subsea measurement tool, subsea TDR, down-hole, down-line, sensor monitor


 Products

  • C-Kore Subsea Cable Monitor Tool
    C-Kore Subsea Cable Monitor unit saves customers money while providing fast and accurate data, measuring insulation resistance (IR) and confirming the integrity of subsea cables, umbilicals, EFLs, SCMs and distribution units....

  • Identify faulty components within existing fields during fault-finding operations and prove the health of new components during construction campaigns.

    The C-Kore Cable Monitor can be used for both fault-finding and construction campaigns. Compared to downlines or platform-led testing it is fast and simple to deploy to get accurate data on the health of subsea assets. By measuring directly subsea substantial vessel time and cost savings are made, allowing more faults to be found and fixed with shorter campaigns.

    When installing new equipment the Cable Monitor should be fitted as early as possible, ideally just after factory FAT of umbilicals or equipment. It then remains in place during loadout, transit, lay and wet-storage, taking scheduled automated measurements. This eliminates the delays and costs associated with manual measurement. As the unit is deployed along with the equipment, the second end of umbilicals are not deployed blind and asset health can be confirmed all the way

    to the point of hook-up.

    The unit is powered by a high-capacity rechargeable battery for stand-alone operation. Simple user configuration is possible with a plug-and-play USB connection to choose what the unit will test and when. Every result is data-logged, with internal storage allowing years of data to be gathered.

    Main Benefits:

    • Save vessel and personnel costs with fast automated testing
    • Measure directly subsea for repeatable reliable test results
    • Track asset health from factory floor to subsea hook-up
    • Safe for divers and SCMs, high-voltage permits not required
  • C-Kore Subsea TDR Tool
    The C-Kore Subsea TDR precisely locate faults and discontinuities within electrical cables during fault-finding and characterise new components during construction campaigns....

  • The Subsea TDR is normally used in tandem with the Cable Monitor for fault-finding. Once the Cable Monitor has narrowed the location of a fault to a single component (for example an in-field umbilical) the TDR is used to precisely identify where in the cable the fault resides. This knowledge can be used to inform repair versus replacement strategies. By measuring directly subsea, the problems of deck-based

    downline testing are eliminated, including impedance mismatches, attenuation, faulty downlines and the difficulty of driving the TDR correctly.

    For new asset installation the Subsea TDR can be used to characterise cables for future reference and find discontinuities in impedance that have not affected the insulation resistance. As this testing is automated, vessel time and personnel requirements can be reduced to achieve cost savings. The unit can be deployed subsea to take TDR readings directly once installation is complete.

    The unit is powered by a high-capacity rechargeable battery for stand-alone operation. Simple user configuration is possible with a plug-and-play USB connection to choose what the unit will test and when. Every result is data-logged and the unit has intelligent built-in software for result analysis.

    Main benefits:

    • Precisely locate faults and discontinuities within electrical cables
    • Save vessel and personnel costs with fast and automated testing
    • Measure directly subsea for repeatable reliable test results
    • Safe for divers and SCMs, high-voltage permits not required
  • C-Kore Sensor Monitor
    The C-Kore Sensor Monitor reads sensor values during construction or decommissioning for safety and certainty. Prove sensor health during fault-finding campaigns....

  • The C-Kore Sensor Monitor is a fast and automated subsea tool for reading subsea sensors. It supports an extensive range of pressure, temperature, positional and other sensors and does not require any subsea infrastructure or downlines to operate.

    It can be used for construction, fault-finding and decommissioning campaigns. Compared to using downlines it is fast and simple to deploy to get accurate data on the state of subsea assets. By measuring directly subsea, substantial vessel time and cost savings are made, allowing more work to be completed in shorter campaigns. The Sensor Monitor is simple to use while remaining a very versatile product.

    Construction and Decommissioning

    • Display sensor data before or after the SCM and data-link are available

    • Automatic logging of every measurement to internal memory

    • Provide otherwise unavailable feedback of wellhead pressures and temperatures

    • Ensure safe diving conditions

    • Prevent unintended release of hydrocarbons into the environment

    Fault-finding

    • Quickly identify faulty sensors

    • Prevent unnecessary change-outs and troubleshooting

    • Save significant vessel time and costs

    • Use in tandem with the Cable Monitor to find other possible fault sources

    The unit is powered by a high-capacity rechargeable battery for stand-alone operation. Simple user configuration is possible with a plug-and-play USB connection to choose what the unit will test and when. Every result is data-logged, with large internal storage allowing extensive data to be gathered.


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