Oil & Gas
Corrocoat products are used and specified by many multi-national oil & gas companies. From advanced glass flake linings to traditional preventative paints, our solutions are chosen because they offer high-quality results.
Excellent performance combined with long-term reassurance – the most cost-effective way to safeguard your metals and mechanics.
Within our comprehensive range you’ll find the specified choice for pipes, vessels and other equipment crucial to the oil extraction process.
Photo: Internal Lining of 6 inch diameter Produced Water Pipe Spools
- Polyglass VE Lining system, internally lined by Corrocoat USA
- Service environment includes 200 F design temperature, 60,000 ppm chlorides, sand and chemicals associated with offshore produced water.
Some of the components we coat in this sector include:
- Multistage seawater pumps
- Caisson pipework
- Strainer vessels
- Scrubbing towers
- Sub-sea structures
- Oil/water separators
- Deaerator vessels
- Pig catchers
- End covers
- Seawater holding tanks
- Dump lines
- Effluent degasser vessels
- Filter vessels
- Filter separators
- Splash zone steelwork
- Riser pipes
- Tank floors
- Produced water tanks
- Fuel gas scrubbers
- Concrete floors
Oil & Gas Case Studies
US105: Refurbishment of Main Oil Cooler
A cooler water box cover has suffered serious corrosion damage to a point where it would be considered beyond repair for most companies, without the established refurbishment expertise of Corrocoat.
US111: Scraper Trap Sour Crude
A newly fabricated 8/10” scraper trap required specialist protection against corrosion before entering service. The trap was due to be installed at an oil refinery and would experience constant exposure to sour crude oil.
US112: Knock Out Pot
A newly fabricated knock out drum due to be installed at the an oil refinery required protection for service in an aggressive environment. Also known as flash drum or break pot, a knock out vessel is used in many industrial applications to separate a vapor–liquid mixture. Commonly
gravity is employed to cause any liquid to settle at the bottom of the vessel where it can be withdrawn.
US115: Finished Methanol Storage Tank
A planned inspection of a finished methanol storage tank at an onshore facility had found corrosion issues both internally and externally.
US123: Seawater Filtration Vessel
A coarse seawater filtration vessel required protection against constant exposure to corrosive seawater when in service on an offshore oil platform. Corrocoat had coated a sister vessel 2 years previously and the client was so impressed with it’s performance in service that they specified the same level of protection for this vessel.