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Trelleborg Offshore is a leading supplier of innovative surface and topside systems and related support services for a wide variety of subsea applications.
Trelleborg Offshore designs, develops and manufactures a wide range of solutions for the topside market.
In demanding industries and harsh environments, we can be relied upon in a variety of applications.
Flexible Piping Systems
Technological developments have revolutionised deepwater drilling and production in recent years, and the need for high-performance, robust and dependable topside solutions has never been greater.
In an emergency, it is vital that the deluge system delivers water where it is needed at the correct pressure, no matter the situation.
Flexible Riser Protection
Protecting the flexible riser, significantly delays escalation of temperature rises in the steel in order to buy time to gain control of fire and shut down of systems.
Riser Protection protects people, structures and equipment from all types of fire and corrosion in the offshore environment, as well protecting the riser itself.
In the demanding environment offshore, it is paramount to ensuring on-board safety.
Protecting topside equipment and structures provides time to evacuate people, close down critical equipment and for responders to gain control of the fire.
Our Firestop™ material can be used for different topside applications to ensure safety comes first.
Trelleborg Offshore’s unrivalled competencies in polymer engineering and the production of buoyancy products enable us to service the surface market with an extensive range of innovative products.
Surface Flotation provides the buoyancy needed for numerous commercial and leisure activities with their associated vessels and port facilities, as well as their facilities in the open sea.
Impact protection is designed to withstand the high energy impact occurring during berthing of all vessels and ship-to-ship transfers in open sea, as well as fenders on small vessels.
Booms are used for various styles of floating arrangements to create exclusion zones at sea, in lakes and rivers, to control floating debris and highlight areas of danger in a maritime environment.
To learn more, go to our website or send an enquiry.
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