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Coating on riser

Coating on riser

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Hey! I am currently looking for which type of coatings that is best suited for risers. The riser should have a lifetime for 20 years, but they are not used for drilling continuously all those years. They can be stored some months in between as well. Do you guys have some suggestions? Is a metallic coating with a polyester coating on top a possibility? ( Or epoxy with a top coating instead of polyester) The risers is of course exposed for mechanical damages etc... Hope someone has some suggestion! I would appreciate it.

RE: Coating on riser

Please explain a bit more about what this riser is? We may be in a different industry. Your explanation may help me understand what you need.

RE: Coating on riser

Hey!

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