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Cathodic Protection Newsletter

Q3 2015

Four Tests Every Remote Monitor Should Undergo


We work hard to make sure Bullhorn remote monitors are up to our customers' standards by performing radio frequency radiation tests, environmental tests and more.

Read our latest technical paper for a behind-the-scenes look at four of these tests. You'll learn what they involve and and why we require them before we’ll consider a unit to be worthy of the Bullhorn name.

Download the paper

Stay in Compliance with State and Federal Requirements for Leak Surveys


Did you know that PCS can help you manage more than just transmission pipelines? The PCS Leak Survey Manager module gives you the tools you need to carry out traceable, verifiable and complete surveys as part of your DIMP, keeping you in compliance with PHMSA 74 FR 63906 and 49 CFR 192.723. 

Learn more

Are Your CP Measurements Accurate?

Q3_Pipeline_ManIf you don’t have a full understanding of measurement resolution, range, sensitivity and accuracy, you may be relying on inaccurate measurements when making critical maintenance and mitigation decisions.

Our technical paper on CP measurements describes why selecting instruments with the right measurement specifications is critical to determining the most appropriate corrosion mitigation activities and maintaining safe operating conditions.

Download the paper

Contact Us

800-229-3404 x3

Don’t Miss an Increase in AC Current Density

High current density is the best predictor of induced AC corrosion. Keep an eye on it with the Bullhorn RM4210 AC/DC remote monitoring unit for coupon test stations.



Meet Christopher Shawhan


Learn how our PCS Technical Services Director feels about Godzilla. Watch our interview with Christopher.

Mark Your Calendar

NACE Corrosion Technology Week – Austin, TX, 9/20-9/24

Arkansas Gas Association Annual Conference – Hot Springs, AR, 9/20-9/22 

Join us for the American Innovations Users Group in Austin, TX from 10/26-10/29.

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