IC Integrity Pty Limited, a key ICR Group partner, has landed a significant contract with an operator in Australia.
The agreement sees IC Integrity deploy its Technowrap technology for planned maintenance campaigns on several facilities.
Perth-based IC Integrity is a technology-focused provider of specialist maintenance inspection and integrity solutions across multiple sectors.
This latest contract builds on a long history of collaboration with the client.
Russell Collins, Regional Director (APAC) at IC Integrity, said: “This is a substantial project that truly reflects both the successful relationship we’ve developed with the client and our team’s commitment to engineering and technical excellence. We were selected and trusted to work on this project following a competitive tender process.
“This is an important project for us, and this contract with a key industry player again involves the use of our Technowrap composite solution, which has become an increasingly common feature of planned maintenance campaigns – not least because of its low carbon footprint.”
Chris Otterbeck, Service Delivery Manager at IC Integrity, said: “We have completed more than 100 applications of the Technowrap composite solution for this client and the latest award reflects well on our dependable technology, technical capability and extensive track record.”
As the world moves towards a lower carbon emission future, the firm’s Technowrap and Quickflange products continue to offer significant benefits in the context of the climate change agenda.
Technowrap provides life-long repairs that can be applied to internal, external and through-wall defects on complex geometries. It reduces emissions by 66% compared to the traditional replacement methods.
Quickflange offers cold work solutions with weldless, high-performance flange-to-pipe connections. It is a cost-effective and efficient solution generating up to 80% time saving and a 57% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over traditional welding.
In addition, INSONO is an innovative NDT (non-destructive testing) technique for the inspection of engineered composite repairs. It can validate the condition and integrity of composite repairs, giving operators long-term performance assurance.
ICR Group has partners in 25 countries and offices in the UK, Norway, USA and the Middle East. IC Integrity is a joint venture between ICR Group and IAS (UGL).
For further information, go to https://icrias-jv.com.au/
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