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Fiberglass Impact Protection Panels

We design, engineer, and fabricate a range of FRP structures ideal for use in subsea applications.

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Our fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) materials are ideal for use in subsea marine environments. FRP offers significant weight advantages, will not require cathodic protection, and is ideally suited for subsea construction given its superior corrosion resistance.

The ability of the Cocoon and Shroud™  to withstand these types of loads in a subsea environment is a powerful demonstration of our design strength and manufacture capabilities. We can design, engineer, and fabricate a range of FRP structures for subsea applications. 

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A fiberglass impact protection panel over the sea on an offshore rig
Two technicians work on a fiberglass impact protection panel attached to a crane on an offshore rig