Fire Security presents highlights from our actvities from April to June 2019.
Welcome to Fire Security’s quarterly newsletter. This year we have seen an increased awareness on maintenance cost for electrical cables, both from the operators and from the insurance companies. Fire Security’s cable life extension program fits well into this situation. Instead of costly cable replacements we can offer repair of damaged cable sheats, and our FS5 coating will protect cables for many years against fire, smoke, mud, UV, ozone and chemical damage.
As usual we have conducted most of our projects in the Middle East and in the Asia Pacific region. We got a new agent in Vietnam, the company Vietnam Gre-Coating Engineering JSC (VGCE) GCE.com.vn. We still have projects in Europe as well, both for cruise ships and even for an offshore wind farm. There is positive development also in the US market for fire protection and lifetime extension of electrical cables. For updated information and news, we invite you to follow us on Facebook and connect with us on Linkedin.
Wind Farm project offshore the Netherlands.
Welcome to our new agent in Vietnam, GCE.
April 8 – FS have just agreed with GCE and Mr Stewart Bowker (owner) to become our new agent in Vietnam. We’re looking forward to work with the company Vietnam Gre-Coating Engineering JSC (VGCE) based in Vung Tau City.
Fire protection of cables for the cruise industry.
On-site training and fire testing in Norway.
DNV – GL Business Assurance site audit.
Introducing FS cable lifetime extension in Egypt.
MCC Electrical Room Spray Application.
Cable fire protection at substation.
FS Middle East conducting site surveys in Oman.
Cable survey on cruise ship in Finland.
New alliances in Egypt.
Exciting projects in Asia Pacific.
Fire Security Asia Pacific have had a very busy first half of 2019. We have successfully executed 12 projects in 5 different countries. Life extension of cables is becoming more and more of an issue for aging assets in this region. Recently FS have done new UV aging test after Australian UV extremes, with a very positive result. This test was requested by one of the major O&G operators in Australia and it helps us develop further to improve our products and services to an industry who is focusing on safety and durability of their electrical cables.
Shell is one of our main clients around the world and I am very pleased to say that we have executed 3 projects for Shell in Asia Pacific already this year.