25 May, 2019

Improving efficiencies for offshore industries

09 December, 2016

One example of the critical pieces of safety equipment is the BOP system, which is designed to protect the rig crew and the equipment itself as well as preventing contamination of the local environment. Oilgear has used its experience and expertise in hydraulic control systems to design, simulate, manufacture and test various components for these systems.

Results through teamwork

No matter what the application, the only way to truly deliver the expectations of a customer is to understand the process, the requirements of the control device and the level of performance expected by the customer. This can be best achieved by forming an integrated team with clients, such as OEMs, and having design engineers and project managers embedded with the customer to ensure seamless communication and optimum results for each project.

In this way, the design process can be streamlined and the objectives of the project achieved in the most efficient manner.

However, this is just the start of the partnership between the designers and the end user. Working within an industry such as the offshore sector also requires a worldwide after sales network to ensure that every client has access to engineering support for their hydraulic control systems. In the case of Oilgear, that means being able to get fully qualified engineers mobilised, anywhere in the world, within 48 hours to deliver support.

Meeting the demands of this highly specialised industry is a complex undertaking that requires both expertise and years of experience in delivering solutions as well as providing the required levels of after sales support. Oilgear continues to deliver products and solutions for many applications, especially those involving low viscosity fluids.

www.oilgear.com

[pic 3 caption] Oilgear PVWJ pump.




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