Advanced Insulations | Showcasing samples from its ContraFlex® range of bespoke flexible protection jackets

UK-based Advanced Insulation and its United Arab Emirates-based business partner, TRIZAC Abu Dhabi, will be using its stand at this year’s ADIPEC event to exhibit its portfolio of offshore passive fire protection and insulation systems.

During the exhibition, Advanced Insulation – a leading manufacturer of passive fire protection and insulation systems for the upstream oil and gas industry – will be showcasing samples from its ContraFlex® range of bespoke flexible protection jackets, which provide high-performance thermal insulation to ensure that surface temperature is maintained to as low as 11°C during a fire event with rating for jet fire JF (ISO 22899) of 30 - 180 minutes or hydrocarbon fire HF (UL1709) 30 - 180 minutes fire event. ContraFlex jackets can be installed without the use of specialist equipment and in areas that require regular maintenance access. Typical applications include the protection of valves, actuators, cable trays and junction boxes.

Also on show will be samples from Advanced Insulation’s award-winning ContraFlame® MS400 system, a multi-functional composite system using unique syntactic phenolic foam and phenolic glass reinforced laminate. These materials combine to provide an integrated passive fire protection and thermal insulation system for lightweight under deck protection. It’s durable construction makes it suitable for a number of applications, including cellar decks, cantilever decks and associated structural components.

Commenting for Advanced Insulation, Muhammad Sohail Ashraf, Head of Sales for the Middle East says: “A highly-knowledgeable team from both companies will be available throughout the four-day event. It’s a great opportunity for us to answer any questions visitors to the stand have regarding Advanced Insulation’s passive fire protection and insulation products.”

ADIPEC attracts a wealth of investors, key decision makers and industry experts from the oil and gas sector, with the 2015 event boasting over 2,000 exhibitors and expected to attract over 85,000 visitors.