Selecting the right tubular material for hydraulic and instrumentation systems in marine environments
Choosing the best tube material grade for hydraulic and instrumentation (H&I) installations is not always an easy task, as there are several factors that must be considered.
The selected material needs to withstand any kind of corrosive environment it might be exposed to during operation. This might include anything from demanding tropical marine climates on offshore platforms and ships, to mild inland climates or even petrochemical and refinery environments.
Join us on Thursday 27th May when Barinder J S Ghai, Regional Technical Marketing Manager, EMEA and Jonas Höwing, Technical Marketing Specialist from Sandvik Materials Technology, will review the mechanical and corrosion resistance properties of some common stainless steel, duplex grades and nickel base alloys widely used in H&I installations.
- Overview of Sandvik integrated tube production process
- The suitability of different grades with corrosion and mechanical properties
- Case study on marine environment and field testing
Register your interest before 5pm, Tuesday 25th May.
Please note, there are limited spaces available.
Barinder J S Ghai, is the Regional Technical Marketing Manager at Sandvik Materials Technology in Birmingham, and his position focuses on maintaining and developing the technical marketing organisation within the EMEA region to extend the technical and application knowledge on a regional and global level. He works closely with R&D, Marketing, Sales, Supply and Technical experts and is the link between Sandvik and their customers.
Jonas Höwing, has an MSc and PhD in inorganic chemistry from Uppsala University, Sweden. He has 10+ years experience working with failure analysis, material selection, remaining life assessment and corrosion studies at Sandvik R&D, and as a consultant at Inspecta Technology, Sweden. He now holds the position of Technical Marketing Specialist at Sandvik Materials Technology tube division, covering the Nordics region.