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Trelleborg Showcases Innovative Solutions at ONS

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Trelleborg’s offshore operation will showcase its range of high-performance solutions, from topside to subsea at the Offshore North Sea (ONS) in Stavanger, Norway. Located at stand 9810 in hall 9, the company will present a number of advancements across its portfolio of surface to seafloor products, including Passive Fire Protection (PFP) solutions and its latest subsea buoyancy developments.

Jan-Hugo Nilssen, Sales Manager, states: “In offshore environments, fire safety is of the utmost importance, as the occurrence of fire can cause colossal amounts of damage and danger. On the stand, my colleagues and I will discuss why rubber-based, non-metallic flexible deluge systems are the best solution for active fire protection.

“All of our solutions are designed to meet the most stringent offshore requirements, offering the highest level of resistance against heat, abrasion, and environmental impact. We control our entire manufacturing process from end-to-end, providing our customers with transparency and peace of mind.”

Delegates will get the opportunity to meet with Trelleborg subsea experts to discuss the importance of choosing the correct buoyancy option for flexible and static flowlines, as well as its proven manufacturing techniques that produce finished modular geometry, optimising processing costs and lead times. The operation will also showcase its range of thermal insulation materials.

Richard Beesley, Business Development Director for Trelleborg’s offshore operation states: “ONS is an important industry event and we look forward to discussing our latest developments in buoyancy which include our newly developed standardised buoyancy modules and rotating flowline buckle mitigation buoyancy. These two solutions provide additional options to our customers who are seeking to reduce their overall project costs.

“This exhibition provides the ideal platform for Trelleborg to highlight its solutions and expertise on demanding subsea applications directly to the people who can benefit from them most. We look forward to listening to the needs of industry professionals firsthand.

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