Trelleborg launches new website
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions is launching a new online resource for engineers at an international conference next month as part of its “commitment” to the oil and gas industry.
The website – ‘oilandgas-seals.com’ provides a comprehensive overview of seal profiles proven in the oil and gas industry, enabling engineers to identify optimum sealing solutions for specific applications within the field.
It provides information on material compatibility covering issues such as sour gas and rapid gas decompression, spanning different applications, including drilling and exploration, completion and production systems.
The resource will be officially launched at SPE Offshore Europe, which takes place at Aberdeen’s AECC, from September 8th to 11th, with members of the Trelleborg Sealing Solutions team giving demonstrations at stand 1H81.
The website is fully compatible across all platforms including tablets and smartphones – a response to the latest trends, with engineers increasingly turning to mobile devices to find technical support and solutions.
David Brown, Global Lead Group Director oil and gas for Trelleborg Sealing Solutions, said: "We have developed the website to provide a comprehensive overview of industry-specific seal profiles, enabling engineers to identify optimum sealing solutions for specific applications within the field.
“We are a world leader in engineered polymer solutions that seal, damp and protect critical applications in demanding environments. This positions us perfectly to share both useful and essential information with engineers working in the oil and gas industry.
“We have built up a significant amount of knowledge and information in relation to materials and sealing expertise and the new website is a way of sharing it and is part of our commitment to the industry.”
The new website complements the company’s online Knowledge Centre, which was launched in January to bridge the gap between design engineers’ needs and standard technology documentation, bringing useful information together as part of one digital portal.
Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall