Trelleborg exhibits range of solutions at underwater intervention
Tuesday, Jan 15, 2013Trelleborg will showcase its comprehensive range of high performance solutions at the 21st Underwater Intervention Conference in New Orleans, U.S., on January 15 to 17.
Located on stand 816, the company will give visitors to the show the chance to see more specific subsea industry innovations all under one roof, than ever before.
Trelleborg’s pioneering ROV Buoyancy Blocks, Eccospheres® high performance hollow glass microspheres, and Eccofloat syntactic foam, will take center stage.
Furthermore, delegates will get the opportunity to hear from Trelleborg expert, Bob Kelly, as he takes to the stage to give an in-depth and informative presentation on syntactic foam entitled ‘High Performance Syntactic Foam for Submersibles’.
Vice President of Sales at Trelleborg Offshore, Kelly will present the philosophy of selection, development and qualification of buoyancy materials, from raw materials to finished syntactic foams. In addition, Kelly will highlight solutions that are being pursued for the next generation syntactic foam buoyancy that will be lighter, stronger and bigger.
Bob Kelly commented: “I am excited to be speaking at this important industry event and look forward to discussing new developments in syntactic foam buoyancy with conference attendees, listening to their current needs for buoyancy today and in the future. We are confident it will be an informative and interesting session for all.
“Underwater Intervention provides the ideal platform for Trelleborg to bring its solutions for and expertise on demanding subsea applications directly to the people who can benefit from them most.”
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