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Understanding In Situ Cleaning and Coating

In situ coating applications are extremely effective and can be used on all types of oil and gas lines, potable water lines, freshwater injection lines, commingled water injection lines, as well as in aviation fuel lines. The in situ coating (internal pipe coating) process protects pipelines from corrosion, erosion, and heat, while friction coefficients are improved. This results in significant gains in throughput and horsepower savings of up to 60% from a typically scaled pipeline. Some of the many other benefits to pipeline in situ cleaning and coating (internal pipeline coating) include friction protection, paraffin retardation as well as joint protection.

Through our webinar, we will highlight the unique process that is in situ internal pipeline cleaning and coating. We will explain in depth our progressive pigging multiple pass flood coat system and why this process is so effective and should be considered as an option on existing and new pipeline projects.

EnerClear Services Inc. is the global leader in internal pipeline coatings also known as in situ coating, in situ cleaning, and pipeline rehabilitation services. EnerClear provides expertise with our extensive knowledge in internal corrosion and erosion control of pipelines throughout the World. We specialize in the application process of internal pipe coatings using a 2 part epoxy coating. EnerClear internally coats pipelines in place and has the capabilities to coat up to 25km in one section.

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