New tool ‘saves time, money’

The Press and Journal (North-East) - - BUSINESS -

Corrosion spe­cial­ist Presserv is ex­pect­ing a £1.5mil­lion boost in the first year of a new deal with US firm Sponge Jet.

Nor­we­gian-owned Presserv said it was awarded ex­clu­sive Scot­land and off­shore UK dis­tri­bu­tion rights for an in­no­va­tive abra­sive blast­ing tech­nol­ogy which saves op­er­a­tors time and money.

UK sales man­ager Stu­art Ren­nie said: “Sponge Jet is an in­cred­i­ble tool that has rev­o­lu­tionised the way sur­faces can be pre­pared for corrosion pro­tec­tion, and we are thrilled to be able to of­fer it to the Scot­tish and off­shore UK en­ergy in­dus­tries.

“The Sponge Jet low dust and low re­bound tech­nol­ogy means that sur­face prepa­ra­tion can con­tinue along­side other trades.

“In the oil and gas in­dus­try, time is money, so be­ing able to con­tinue work while blast­ing is tak­ing place is a huge ad­van­tage for op­er­a­tors.”

Sta­vanger-head­quar­tered Presserv has a branch of­fice in Oslo and sub­sidiaries in Aberdeen and Brazil.

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