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Retrowrap is a cold applied, splash zone and sub-sea corrosion protection system. It is specifically designed to provide an alternative to factory-applied coatings for new constructions in remote areas, or to retrofit protection of risers, piles and pipelines; inshore, offshore or sub-sea.
Retrowrap units may be removed and refitted to facilitate substrate inspection at regular interval throughout the service life of the system.
All Retrowraps demonstrate the same characteristics. The various models depend on the particular application for which they are used.
Standard Retrowrap is used for inshore pile protection while the heavy-duty Retrowrap HD is used for offshore riser protection. Retrowrap SL is utilized for connector & conductor protection.
Characteristics of Retrowrap
How is Retrowrap made?
Retrowrap is a multi-layer-constructed fabric consisting of an outer urethane coating, polyamide reinforcing skrim and a polyester felt inner layer. All three layers are simultaneously bonded together to form a monocoque fabric.
Adding or reducing the thickness of the coatings or to modify the fabric can vary this unique construction. This feature allows us to change physical characteristics such as induced hoop tension, impact and abrasion resistance and punctur strength to suit the application for which Retrowrap system is to be used.
How does Retrowrap work?