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Every year, around the world, more than $20 billion is spent on bolts and fasteners alone and a study for BP in the UK showed costs running between $300,000 and $500,000 for retrospective preservation on each of their North Sea assets

Reports from the North Sea indicate that some bolts are corroding before an installation has been commissioned, with PTFE coated bolts failing in weeks. Testing of a variety of splash-zone coatings by DNV showed that, in severe conditions, many factory-installed coatings were failing, with even galvanized bolts at risk in the first year - but the same report also showed Enviropeel protection remained intact.

Enviropeel’s own experience with offshore facilities has shown that it can offer protection to the whole system – bolts, nuts and flanges. Instead of seized nuts and rusting valves, every component is immediately ready for use, flanges free from the tell-tale staining of streaming rust – and from the danger of failure that such corrosion brings.


Applications in the North Sea, the Middle East and in South-East Asia have shown that Enviropeel offers cost-effective, long-lasting solutions with a system that is flexible and reliable in use.


Enviropeel offshore units are specially designed for use in Zone 2 areas with explosion proof electrics and ATEX certified delivery systems.

For more information on how Enviropeel protects offshore and other assets, check out our white papers and case histories.

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Enviropeel protected wellheads
Enviropeel protected flanges

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