Comprehensive testing facilities have been developed to model or simulate field environments. These facilities are supported with state of the art surface analysis techniques.
- H2S low pressure facility (with current focus on high temperature, high pressure dynamic facility)
- Single or multiphase jet impingement system with in situ electrochemistry and acoustic emission
- In-situ visualisation rig for the study of pit initiation and corrosion product growth
- In-situ synchrotron XRD and electrochemical flow cell for high temperature and pressure
- Standard bubble cell testing equipment
- Top of line corrosion cells and rigs
- Bubble cell/jar test to assess combined products for corrosion/scale mitigation
- Benchtop multiphase flow loop to for field simulation and CFD modelling with in situ electrochemistry and acoustic emission
- Under-deposit test cells
- Autoclaves for high temperature and high pressure testing (up to 250°C and 200 bar)
- Thin-channel flow cells for controlled hydrodynamic evaluation
- Once-through flow cells for controlled chemistry experiments
- Rotating cylinder electrodes.