Swire Announces New Products at OTC 2013

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Tuesday, May 07, 2013
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Swire Oilfield Services, LLC, introduced two new products to the Gulf of Mexico region at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), May 6 - 9.

Swire’s Modular Systems division and SAFE (Swire Advanced Fluid Engineering) Tanks address the industry’s need for offshore workspace solutions and more advanced offshore fluid storage and transport. Both products will be on display at the conference.

The company’s Modular Systems offering is made up of a comprehensive range of both pressurized and non-pressurized modules, which provide reliable and effective workspace and storage solutions. Initial offerings in the Gulf of Mexico will include 12-foot, 16-foot and 20-foot pressurized offices, along with 10-foot and 14-foot non-pressurized workshops. Plug-and-play design promotes the highest levels of operator safety while ensuring operations can begin immediately once onsite. 

The 1,000-gallon SAFE Tank is at the forefront of innovation and engineered to carry a full range of oilfield chemicals to meet the ever-changing demands of the oil and gas market. By designing the overall height to 5-feet, 9-inches and making it fully operable from ground level, personnel are able to check fluid levels and operate the vent and discharge without fall-protection safety gear. The lower height and slotted fork lifting pockets minimize the chances of dropping incidents, makes stacking of the tanks easier and safer during transportation.

Both of Swire’s products are certified and tested to the highest industry standards, including DNV 2.7-1.

www.swireos.com

 

  • Photo: Swire

    Photo: Swire

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