TROI RFID TAGS
Corrosive Chemicals, and High Temperatures
Oil and Gas
Including down-hole and sub-sea – up to 50,000 psi
Teflon-encapsulated, in-line inspection, including “pigging”
Embedded in tools and road surfaces, (concrete, asphalt, wood, plastic, metal)
High Temperature Tags
Reliable and Efficient
- High temperature – up to 400 Degrees c
- High humidity – up to 100% RH and Underwater
- High pressure – up to 50,000 PSI
TROI has remained singly focused on creating the most rugged and highest temperature resistant RFID tags on the market.
TROI has never repackaged RFID inlays as do many others but instead offer solder bonded electronics versions of RFID capable of surviving extreme conditions.
As a result, all TROI tags are rated to 200c with many up to 300c and even 400c. The subsequent packaging allows for rapid attachment and harsh environment integrity.
Down-hole is as common to TROI as an application space as are FRAC applications, drill site operations and Riser Stacks for subsea. Welded, embedded, banded, cabled, bolted, riveted are all common attachment solutions offered by TROI to ensure that all applications are covered.
TROI holds over 50 patents in the areas of auto-identification and remains an industry innovator.
Here at TROI, we pride ourselves in never being satisfied. We continue to push the limits on what is possible with RFID, and strive to make the impossible, possible.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just ask. We can help to design a custom tag for you, making your idea a reality. We are happy to live, think and work outside the box, as it is there where you find greatness.
TROI Tags and Fire
This video of a TROI tag being torched, is just one example of the abuse our TROI tags can take.
Reading a UHG Tag Through Metal
PASSED 104,000 VOLTS per FOOT
All TROI Tags passed Hot Stick Test (limited by Hot Stick design – NOT the RFID tag design)
Video shows Hot Stick exploding at 104,000 Volts! The RFID tag is inside and there was no reduction in RFID tag performance.
TROI High Temperature Tags
The picture above shows a metal-melting cauldron with a TROI RFID tag mounted where the crosshairs are pointing.
Notice the temperature of the cauldron – the RFID tag still works (after it cooled down)!