NIIFTA announcement

Subtera is delighted to announce its selection within NIIFTA, the Non-Intrusive Inspection Field Trial Accelerator. The NIIFTA program, which is supported by the UK’s North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) and the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC), will give Subtera the chance to work closely with a wide group of industry

Understanding Pi and CUI

Corrosion under insulation, or CUI, refers to a type of corrosion that damages carbon, low-alloy, and austenitic stainless-steel equipment (e.g., pipework and pressure vessels) that are fitted with thermal insulation and protective cladding layers. CUI is classified as ‘external’ corrosion because it forms on the outside of pipework and vessels

Machine Learning Project

Subtera has recently completed an Innovate UK funded research project, in collaboration with the National Physical Laboratory, to explore the feasibility of applying machine learning techniques to pipework inspection data. The overarching objective of the project was to identify which machine learning methods could be applied in order to correctly

Independent Technology Evaluation

Between June and December 2022 SubTera contracted ESR Technology, the industrial engineering, safety, and risk specialist organisation, to conduct an independent evaluation of Pi, SubTera’s corrosion under insulation (CUI) and moisture detection sensor. During the activity, a blind trial was performed in which a corrosion scab was developed from first

SubTera joins IFEAA

The company has recently become a member of IFEAA, the International Fugitive Emissions Abatement Association. Fugitive emissions may be described as ‘leaks and other unplanned releases of gas from industrial processes’. IFEAA is committed to helping industry reduce fugitive emissions so that together we can achieve humankind’s net-zero objectives. Given the

Composite Inspection Project

SubTera recently conducted a feasibility project in conjunction with the UKs National Composites Centre (NCC). The objective of the project was to explore the potential of using real time passive sub-terahertz imaging to detect manufacturing defects within glass-fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP). Working closely with the NCC’s NDT team, led by

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