Plascoat provides the Oil and Gas industry with a range of high performance polyolefin coatings for pipelines, including field joints, pipe bends and fittings.
Plascoat Oil and Gas products are designed to meet stringent Oil and Gas specifications.
Plascoat PP10 for Field Joints coating
Plascoat PP10 is a flexible polyolefin powder coating that has been specifically developed to melt into adjacent polypropylene pipe coatings, already factory applied to the pipe body, to form a water tight bond.
In comparison to other polypropylene field joint products, it is easier and much quicker to build up thick coatings when applying by the flame spray method.
Plascoat PP10 offers five important advantages over commercial alternatives:
- Can be applied at greater thicknesses than 3mm;
- Requires less heat to flow out, avoiding potential yellowing problems;
- Does not bounce off the pipe surface during application, thereby minimising powder loss;
- OIT is greater than 40 min;
- Has a high Vicat softening point of 116°C and a Shore D hardness of 62.
PP10 is compatible with pdf Plascoat L.E.S™ (235 KB) (Low Energy System).
Plascoat PP20 e PP10 for oil pipes, bends and fittings operating at high temperatures
pdf PP10 Technical Data Sheet (186 KB) registration required
Plascoat PP20 and PP10 polyolefin powder coatings have been developed to withstand the operating conditions of hot oil pipelines.
Both coatings can be applied by flock, sinter or fluidised bed methods directly onto fusion bonded epoxy or steel.
Plascoat PE09 e PE10 for Oil & Gas pipes, bends and fittings
pdf PE10 Technical Data Sheet (362 KB) registration required
Plascoat PE09 and PE10 polyolefin powder coatings have been developed to withstand a wide range of operating temperatures including sub zero conditions. Both can be applied by flock, sinter or fluidised bed methods directly onto steel.
High friction coatings
pdf LD-HD-PP Roughcoat Technical Data Sheet (1.20 MB) registration required
Plascoat make and supply, highly textured, Roughcoat top layer products that provide additional friction between the pipe and surrounding materials such as insulation, concrete or soil.
For more information, download the pdf Oil & Gas Brochure (2.29 MB) .