Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 27 October 2014. PPG Protective & Marine Coatings will exhibit at this weeks’ Offshore Energy Amsterdam event.
PPG has worked in the offshore sector for many years and has a dedicated R&D programme through which it has developed a market-leading range of marine paints and coatings solutions, a large number of which work well within the harsh offshore environment.
Amongst the products showcased at Offshore Energy, PPG will focus on the SIGMASHIELD range in addition to Pitt-Char XP, its cryogenic offering.
Donald Le, Offshore Segment Manager said:
“For customers working in the challenging offshore sector, a passive fire product such PITT-CHAR XP works exceptionally well in environments where durability and corrosion resistance are required in addition to the ability to prevent steel structures from heating up rapidly.
PPG’s comprehensive protective and marine coatings range features outstanding tank linings, zinc-rich primers, general-purpose epoxy primers and durable finishes, combined with its’ hydrocarbon PFP/ cryogenic offering.
Visit PPG at Offshore Energy Amsterdam 2014, 28-29 October, Hall 11 Stand 11.055.
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