Conbit engineered the new tension values, ensuring that the final pretension values and angle deviations were within the values as mentioned in the prescribed pretension values of -10%/+15% or within a pretension tolerance of -15%/+20%.
Conbit bases the engineering tension values on the temperature as they recognised the impact they had. By cross-checking the influence the temperature had on the values, Conbit could determine a more precise measurement of the pressure using this technique.
One of the challenges Conbit faced was the mobilisation of the crew within a short time frame with calibrated equipment. The client was impressed with Conbit’s quick action and successful execution.
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