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Corrosion Protection Marine Services

Oxifree UK is at the forefront of specialist engineering and access companies in the UK for the marine sector. It is the exclusive licensee of corrosion prevention Oxifree products and services in the British Isles and surrounding offshore territory.

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Hethel Engineering Centre,
Chapman Way,
Hethel,
NR14 8FB,
United Kingdom
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Oxifree

Oxifree UK is at the forefront of specialist anti corrosion engineering and metal protection within the UK and Europe for the offshore oil and gas sector.

With years of experience and offices in 26 countries, Oxifree is quickly becoming THE brand and supplier recognised by the offshore oil and gas industry. Cheaper, lesser quality brands may come and go, but Oxifree remains the leader in offshore corrosion protection and the reliable option when it comes to ensuring and extending the life of assets.

Offshore Corrosion prevention, a myth?

Unfortunately, corrosion and the predatory degradation of vital components is every engineer’s problem and nightmare and the cost of dealing with this relentless issue ends up swallowing up large portions of budgetary constraints, that should be set aside for development, forward momentum and investment. From seized gate valves to galvanic instigated corrosion on flanges and piping joints, corrosion is every FM contractors and operator’s problem.

Metal protection from Oxifree provides cost-effective solutions to corrosion problems through a protective shield to metals.
Oxifree organic metal encapsulation is used by a broad range of industries as a solution for corrosion and contamination.
Left, Oxifree Polymelt 12 Application Machine. Right, Oxifree Polymelt 50 Application Machine.
Oxifree (TM198) is an easy-to-apply, sprayable, organic polymeric resin coating that protects metallic components.
The TM198 is ideal for protecting components against corrosive water and dust particles, such as flanges and valves on process piping.

What if there was a way to protect assets from corrosion regardless of shape, movement or complex design? What if there was a way to coat and forget assets and not worry about them for more than 20 years? What if there was a way to plan for the future and safeguard funds for development, for jobs and for the future?

If there were a way to apply a simple coating to assets, to complete valve units, to flanges and pipe supports, that offers more than 20 years of fit and forget solution and if there were a way to arrest any degradation / further degradation of aging assets that still function with NO surface preparation or to protect new installations and guarantee that in 20 years’ time they will still look and function like new, would you take it? Would you invest in a method that is proven to work, that will slash maintenance and contractor fees? Can the oil and gas companies and contractors of, in this current era afford not to?

Oxifree provides a solution to corrosion, which is endemic in the offshore sector and indeed within the marine and onshore chemicals, GNO and DNO networks. Oxifree is an eco-friendly organic resin substance that creates a protective barrier from the elements and actively protects and nullifies the impact of corrosion on metallic surfaces.

Cost-effective offshore corrosion solutions

Oxifree (TM198) is an easy-to-apply, sprayable, organic polymeric resin coating used to provide protection for metallic components.

It consists of inhibitors that guard against all corrosive elements and can be reused and recycled. The machinery and equipment is ATEX zone 2-22 and IECEx certified and the material is also eco-friendly due to it containing less than 0.5% volatile organic compounds (VOCs), so there is no impact on the environment.

Used by a simple heated unit, it gives a pliable polymeric barrier coating that can be used on all types of metal components.

It has been designed for use on equipment that is prone to damage from corrosive water and dust particles, such as flanges and valves on process piping.

Corrosion prevention for offshore and onshore installations

Corrosion is the most persistent safety risk to offshore installations, with all operation equipment vulnerable.

Oxifree was developed to protect the following key areas from corrosion:

  • Under insulation
  • Firewater mains and deluge systems
  • Flanges and bolting plants
  • Valves
  • Pipe supports
  • Choke valves
  • Pressure-relief valves

These form part of ‘safety critical elements’, which can disrupt operations if damaged.

Corrosion protection is generally provided by paint, grease, galvanising, nickel-plating or using resistant alloys that can prove expensive.

Oxifree has undergone extensive testing and is now the anti-corrosion solution of choice for CoP, BP, Petrobas, Centrica and VPI, SSE to name a few and is used on platform-critical components.

White Papers

  • Case Study: Test Application for Oxifree Protection within the Mining Industry

    Roller bearings and gearboxes suffer greatly in areas prone to penetration of particles and humidity, greatly reducing the useful life of the bearings. By using Oxifree a totally new and efficient protection through the application of a polymer resin that encapsulates the whole surface of the equipment and prevents any contamination, maximizing the life of the equipment.

  • Protect Assets from Corrosion Regardless of Shape, Movement or Complex Design

    Corrosion is, within most engineers divisions, a perpetual problem, which is fundamentally, a losing fight with no end other than expense. These problems are dramatically increased within the water industries, as population increases, the demand for water and the necessary removal of waste are of paramount importance to the availability of water for fire treatment and pollutants.

  • Oxifree: Metal Protection

    Corrosion within most engineers divisions is a problem which is a continual losing battle with no end other than expense, unfortunately there is no escape from corrosion instigated detrition of metallic structures.

  • Oxifree Case Study

    TOTAL SA is a French state-owned multinational oil and gas company and one of the six 'super major' oil companies in the world. Its businesses cover the entire oil and gas chain, from crude oil and natural gas exploration to refining.

Press Releases

  • Case Study: Total

    TOTAL SA is a French state-owned multinational oil and gas company and one of the six 'super major' oil companies in the world. Its businesses cover the entire oil and gas chain, from crude oil and natural gas exploration to refining.

  • Case Study: Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) and TATA Steel

    Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) and TATA Steel are currently undertaking a £9bn site rejuvenation project at Teeside that will see steel manufacture for global distribution being undertaken at the site. The rejuvenation programme involves site and utilities assessment and cost reduction to limit spiralling maintenance costs.

  • Case Study: Talisman Energy

    Talisman Energy Inc. is a global upstream oil and gas company, headquartered in Canada. Talisman has three main operating areas: the Americas (North America and Colombia), south-east Asia and the North Sea, with an active exploration programme across all three.

  • Case Study: SSE SF6 Coating

    Oxifree UK were asked to provide SSE (Scottish and Southern Energy) a solution to costly SF6 gas release from GIS and SPL type circuit breakers on PowerStation's and substations in the south of England and Scotland.

  • Oxifree to Showcase Products at OTC 2015

    Corrosion-control specialist Oxifree is to demonstrate its products at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2015, which is taking place in Houston, Texas, US, between 4 and 7 May.

  • Case Study: SSE Muff Coating

    Oxifree UK were asked to partake in a trial coating of the concrete 'muffs' at the base of electricity pylons to provide an environmentally safe, long term protection to the concrete. The 'muff' is a thick concrete support that bares the weight of the pylon and is the interface between the pylon and the earth. Historically, the muffs have been coated in bitumen, which is dangerous for livestock / the environment.

  • Case Study: Bacton

    Interconnector (UK) Limited operates a subsea gas pipeline and terminal facilities to provide a strategic bi‐directional link between the UK and continental European energy markets.

  • Case Study: Great Yarmouth Power Station

    Great Yarmouth Power Station's operator RWE had commissioned work to upgrade the leak defences of the gas condensing unit situated onsite. RWE had to ensure that the unit was fully maintained as it faces directly onto a public highway.

  • Case Study: Sullom Voe Gas Terminal

    Sullom Voe Terminal is one of the largest oil and liquefied gas terminals in Europe. Its main purpose is to act as a buffer between the producing fields offshore and the tankers waiting to ship oil to the refineries worldwide.

  • Oxifree to Appear at Plant and Asset Management 2014

    Oxifree® is the ultimate solution to complex corrosion and contamination issues, having been successfully tested by industrial giants such as BP, Talisman, Chevron, BHP, Interconnector, BIS and SSI.

  • GEV at OTC 2013

    GEV offshore, specialist engineering and access company for the marine sector, is exhibiting at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2013 at Reliant Park, Houston, Texas, US, on 6-9 May 2013.

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Oxifree UK Limited
Hethel Engineering Centre
Chapman Way
Hethel
NR14 8FB
United Kingdom

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