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Utilities, Mines and Ports

Certain environments can offer unique challenges for monitoring systems

High voltage cables, ancient cast-iron sewers and gas pipelines all require a unique approach if a system is to function both correctly and safely. Likewise the monitoring of mines and ports can often pose similar problems due to the hostile nature of the environment, the scale of the asset in question and substantial restrictions when it comes to access.

ITM Monitoring has experience across a huge range of asset types and has frequently provided bespoke monitoring systems that comply with specific regulations.  Many of our staff hold qualifications specifically designed to assist in these environments (such as Confined Space Training and Rope Access) and can ensure systems are installed correctly and safely.

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Utilities

Utilities

Monitoring of water, gas, electrical and sewage related assets. We have the capability to monitor parameters such as inclination, strain, structural deformation, displacement, flow, chemical composition and crack propagation…

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Mines

Mines

Monitoring of quarry faces, slopes, embankments, stockpiles, material handling machinery and mining infrastructure. We provide information on water level, pore water and ground pressure, settlement, heave and inclination…

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Ports

Ports

Monitoring of quayside walls, cranes, anchorage points and piles. We cover parameters such as changes in inclination, water level, pore water pressure, displacement and ground pressure…

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