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2 Products Every Pipeline Worker Should Know About – Part 1

Compromising pipeline safety is never an option.

In order to keep your offshore structures lasting for years to come, there are two products every pipeline worker should know about.

If you’ve been in the industry for a while, you’ve likely heard of the first one:

SplashTRON®. 

In part one of this series, we’ll discuss how this innovative product is changing the game for the oil and gas industry.

What you need to know about SplashTRON®

SplashTRON® pipeline coating can be applied to many pieces of an offshore platform and is typically used on: 

  • Platform structural members (diagonals and legs),
  • Risers,
  • Riser clamp linings,
  • J-tubes,
  • Bends,
  • Pipe field joints, and
  • Spools.

 

There’s a reason it’s the product of choice for offshore platforms that are subjected to splash zone damage. This coating prevents biofouling, provides quick and durable protection against corrosion and other structural threats, and can last for over 30 years. 

SplashTRON® has been tried and tested in the erosive and salty Gulf of Mexico, proving to withstand even the harshest conditions. It will be permanently bonded to your metal surfaces, so there’s no risk of it coming off over time.

The flexibility of this coating is another key benefit, allowing it to bend, expand, and contract along the curves of your platform without cracking or disbonding. SplashTRON® also protects against UV rays and the harsh attack of the ozone, as well as impact damage caused by floating debris and boats.

Mark Tool & Rubber Co, Inc. is the proud manufacturer behind SplashTRON®. With over 60 years in the field, we’ve become one of the most trusted suppliers of protective coatings in the oil and gas industry. From rubber and urethane, to SplashTRON® and ThermoTRON®, we’ve got just what you need to extend the life of your platforms. Contact us today to request a quote, and check back next week to learn about product number two!

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