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Improving Passive Fire Protection Systems Article Published in Offshore Engineer

MMI Engineering (MMI) features within this month’s edition of Offshore Engineer. Coinciding with the magazine’s focus on asset integrity, our article discusses the importance of Passive Fire Protection and how more often than not, incorrect systems are specified and installed – compromising safety and loss prevention. The article also details The Hydrocarbon Passive Fire Protection Network (PFPNet), an independent, subscription-funded body launched and currently administered by MMI, which will focus on educating, training, researching key topics, and clarifying points of confusion for those that work with fireproofing materials and systems. It is PFPNet’s intention to improve the quality of PFP applications in hydrocarbon industries.  To find out more, please click here (our article feature between pages 26-27).

PFPNet members to date are as follows:

  • Shell
  • PPG
  • Morgan Advanced Materials
  • TechnipFMC
  • Esterline
  • Promat
  • HSE
  • Advanced Insulation
  • EXOVA
  • Jotun Paints
  • Sherwin Williams
  • Woodside
  • Trelleborg
  • Hempel
  • Perenco
  • Alfred Miller Contracting
  • Typhoon Performance Products

However, more companies must register in order for PFPNet to begin its planned work scope for 2017.  You can download the 2017 proposal, which includes membership fees, by clicking here.

If you have any queries surrounding PFPNet, please contact Gemma Shackleton. Alternatively, please visit the PFPNet website.

 

 

2018-07-06T18:26:18-04:00