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February 10, 2016

Red Marine Further Strengthens its Test Capabilities

Photo: Red Marine

Photo: Red Marine

Red Marine has invested in a range of high pressure test equipment to increase the business’ in-house capability, and as such, drive financial savings for its clients.

 
The investment comes on the back of Red Marine’s expansion into a new test facility, four times the size of its previous unit, almost one year ago. Since the expansion, the company has reported a record turnover, providing a full turnkey service to major players including the likes of Subsea 7, FMC Technologies and Technip.
 
Speaking about the investment, Joe Orrell, Managing Director at Red Marine said, “Our new equipment means that we now have greater control and flexibility in our testing operations – and as a result – we are driving down the costs for clients whilst continuing to deliver high value test results.”  
 
And the company said it has already demonstrated the effectiveness of its new equipment working alongside the global subsea provider, FMC Technologies, to complete qualification testing of a new landing string valve assembly. The bespoke test program, including a number of high pressure tests, validated the performance of the vent valve to the highest industry standards.
 
The new equipment to enhance Red Marine’s testing capabilities comprises of a number of air-powered liquid pumps allowing for flushing of hydraulic equipment and high pressure testing up to 42,500 psi.
 
An range of 22,500 psi circuit equipment has also been procured including multi-port manifolds, test gauges and control valves right through to pressure relief valves and hose assemblies.
 
From the development of tailored test programs, to the rapid design and build of bespoke test equipment, right through to completion of testing and analysis of results, the company has the capability to deliver turnkey test programs all from under one roof.
FMC Technologieshydraulic equipmentTechnip
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