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Nylacast, an award winning manufacturer of engineered products will be showcasing a range of performance enhancing polymers at Offshore Europe 2019.
Operating in the industry for over five decades, Nylacast understands the many challenges presented by the arduous offshore and subsea environment, with a portfolio of materials and solutions custom developed to combat them.
Demonstrating a proven track record and applying engineering know-how, industry knowledge and the custom formulation of engineering polymers, Nylacast are able to deliver increased product efficiency to client projects with zero compromise on performance.
Working closely with customers to deliver premier advantages through materials technology, Nylacast offer a full engineering service from initial concept, design and chemistry through to end products. This includes solutions which are low weight, low friction, corrosion resistant, dimensionally stable and with a high resistance to wear and abrasion. The use of Nylacast polymers presents benefits unachievable by traditional materials such as steel, iron or bronze.
The efficiency of equipment within the offshore and energy sector can be easily boosted through Nylacast polymers offering cost savings. Lower whole life costs are achieved in addition to increased efficiency through reduced frictional loses and lower power requirements. Maintenance is also reduced through the self-lubrication and corrosion resistance, resulting in less servicing, replacement, coating and overall equipment downtime.
Nylacast will have a team of dedicated industry engineers on stand 1N70 at Offshore Europe who will be available to discuss specific project or product ideas, needs and requirements.
SPE Offshore Europe 2019 takes place at its new location P&J Live in Aberdeen between September 3rd and 9th. SPE Offshore Europe is recognised by offshore E&P professionals as Europe’s leading.