What kind of certification does Airborne Oil & Gas have on TCP?
For our subsea products, Airborne Oil & Gas tests TCP in full compliance with the standard practice DNVGL-ST F119 and have the certifications for its design method, material, production method and first product TCP Flowline. On all our products, we provide the client with a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Conformity, certifying that the TCP we supply is in compliance to the standard practice DNVGL-ST F119.
How has Airborne Oil & Gas qualified TCP for onshore applications?
We have tested and qualified our onshore product TCP Light in full compliance to API RP 15S standard.
What testing has been done on TCP by Airborne Oil & Gas, both on material level and full scale?
Airborne Oil & Gas tests TCP in full compliance with the standard DNVGL-ST F119. The testing covers both the material itself, as well as the full-scale product, as per the testing matrix outlined in the recommended practice. This can be summarized as follows:
Please contact Airborne Oil & Gas for a full overview of testing performed: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How has Airborne Oil & Gas qualified TCP for SURF and Subsea Well Intervention applications?
Airborne Oil & Gas has qualified TCP in compliance with the standard practice DNVGL-ST F119 for TCP in subsea applications. This qualification includes product qualification, materials, design approach and production. To date, we have qualified TCP for permanent application in Flowlines and Jumper spools for hydrocarbon service, methanol injection, chemical injection and water injection. For subsea well intervention applications such as Downlines and dynamic Jumpers, Airborne Oil & Gas is fully qualified for pressure ratings up to 10,000 psi. In 2018, design pressures up to 15,000 psi will be qualified as well.
How is TCP designed, how can I review the design and become acquainted with the methods?
Airborne Oil & Gas designs the TCP based on fundamental understanding of the behaviour of the constituents, the fibre and the polymer. In order to work with our clients on designing, we wrote a white paper on this subject, called Design and Qualification of Thermoplastic Composite Pipe. Please contact us to receive a copy of this document. It outlines the design and qualification method that we use. Further, in order to help our clients become more comfortable with TCP and its design, we do Lunch & Learns and we provide training on TCP design. Please contact us for more information: email@example.com.