External FBE or multi-layer pipe coating plant
In the multilayer coating process, pipes are blast cleaned and covered with a compound coating of three or more individual layers. Generally the first layer is a fusion bonded epoxy coating. On top of the epoxy, an adhesive layer applied which acts as the bond layer between the epoxy and the top layer(s). The top layer usually consists of PE or PP and provides mechanical protection for the pipe.
This training gives an overview of an external pipe coating including operating, adjusting and maintenance.
Internal pipe coating plant
The transmission of dry gas, sour gas, potable water, sewage, or oil often requires the application of either a flow-efficiency lining or an anti-corrosion lining inside the pipe. Typical of internal lining plants is that pipes are processed in a one-by-one sequence in separate stations, of which the abrasive (grit/shot) blasting and lining station are the core of the process.
This training gives an overview of internal pipe coating including operating, adjusting and maintenance.