Imenco has launched a new division, Imenco Corrosion Technology, to promote its anode systems in the offshore renewable energy sector and the oil and gas industry.
Imenco Corrosion Technology will provide a range of products including clamps to fit on to a wide range of construction detail like plates, into holes, over flanges, onto studs or bolts and around pipework or tubulars as well as to existing anode inserts. In addition to the clamps Imenco Corrosion Technology can provide brackets, skids, earthing cables and the anode mass to suit the structure dynamics, the company explained.
Through an agreement with Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Imenco Corrosion Technology can offer modelling and analysis of structures to establish the amount of cathodic protection required and where that protection should be positioned.
Geir-Egil Østebøvik, CEO of Imenco said: “We have for more than a decade marketed our field proven cathodic protection solutions to the Norwegian offshore oil and gas sector. We are extremely pleased to see that our decision to expand the marketing efforts geographically as well as into new sectors, like renewable energy, have been so well received. We will, through the establishment of Imenco Corrosion Technology as a business entity focusing on cathodic protection, continue expanding our product and solution offering while expanding our marketing geographically as well as into new market sectors.”