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Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of non-metallic materials for oilfield service
Wednesday, Nov 29th
Presenter: Kevin Waterton
Join us Wednesday, Nov. 29 to better understand the strengths and weaknesses of non-metallic materials used in oilfield service.
During this webinar, we will consider the different approaches available to testing and qualifying non-metallic materials. We test in accordance with national, international and industry standards and to bespoke protocols for:
Non-Metallics Materials or polymers, including elastomers, thermoplastics & thermosets and composite materials, may be used in many applications for oil and gas exploration and production, including:
Polymers are susceptible to interactions with their service environment which might render their short-term properties inadequate; they may be permeable to, and absorb, gases and liquids and vulnerable to physical and chemical change in contact with produced fluids and treatment chemicals. Their long-term properties and service life may also be limited by the effects of time, temperature and applied load (creep) and subject to ageing effects by thermal oxidation and hydrolysis etc.
In a conservative industry, the selection of non-metallic materials often requires special consideration. Confidence in material performance by stringent materials testing and analysis is essential to substantiate material selection choices.
Intertek, a Total Quality Assurance provider, is second to none in its ability to provide tailored quality testing solutions for oilfield services through our our broad range of capabilities, knowledge and state of the art testing facilities.