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3 Ways to use ThermoTRON® for Pipeline Coating

ThermoTRON® is a revolutionary new product that is changing the oil and gas industry as we know it. It’s a groundbreaking flexible coating used to protect pipelines in more ways than one.

Continue reading as we dive into three ways to use ThermoTRON® for pipeline coating.

1. Thermal insulation 

ThermoTRON® is a subsea thermal insulation coating that is rated up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit--allowing for protection against any depth of the ocean. This coating can be applied to jumpers, plems, plets, xmas trees, the entire pipe exterior, and endless other complex components under the sea floor.

pipe coated in ThermoTRON

2. Corrosion prevention

Not only is ThermoTRON® perfect for insulation, but it is also corrosion-resistant, which makes it ideal for riser splash zone protection. Specifically designed to protect against the inevitable threat of marine life, it is ideal for preventing damage caused by harsh weather, chemical attacks, seawater, cathodic disbondment, and more.

This helps you sleep at night knowing that you are getting the most out of your investment, and that your pipes and structures will be safe for 30+ years.

3. Collision damage protection

ThermoTRON®’s three intricately-designed layers work together to form one cohesive, impact-resistant coating. This allows your pipes to remain safe against any debris, sediment, boats, or other elements that will come in contact with your structure. Its flexible formula is designed to protect against dents, chipping, wear and tear, and more.

We’ve put our product through the ringer, and tested it for over two years in the Gulf of Mexico to ensure that you get the best possible protection on the market. If you care about the lifespan of your hardware, give us a call today to learn how we can help extend the life of your structures.

ThermoTRON being tested

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