WE ARE CORROSION EXPERTS
In the lab
Deepwater's corrosion specialists are the best in the business at failure analysis, corrosion testing, third party verification and long term laboratory testing
In the office
We design and build cathodic protection systems and subsea monitoring devices for all aspects of anti-corrosion.
In the field
With global reach from our five offices, Deepwater engineers and technicians get offshore and work on any type of asset, from platforms to wind turbines and pipelines.
WAY AHEAD IN CORROSION CONTROL
Cathodic protection for offshore assets can be far more complicated than a design code. Deepwater engineers are specialists in offshore cathodic protection. We have designed, built and installed more cathodic protection systems offshore than anyone else.
No corrosion problem is too big or too tough for Deepwater to dissect. We test, analyze, model and solve corrosion issues on everything from simple subsea fasteners to entire subsea production fields. Operators have been coming to us for solutions for over 30 years.
Deepwater engineers and technicians can mobilize and conduct onshore and offshore condition assessment anywhere in the world. We even invented our own line of Polatrak instruments and software for inspection.
Deepwater's first offshore wind project was on GE's Arklow offshore wind farm in 2004. Since then we have been assisting the renewable sector with cathodic protection systems and monitoring to address corrosion issues on the cutting edge of the offshore energy industry.
Offshore Oil and Gas
Offshore oil and gas operators have been coming to us for solutions since we opened in 1986. Since then, our project experience and expertise in offshore cathodic protection has only grown with the industry.
Onshore Oil and Gas
Deepwater has developed a number of products specifically suited to onshore operators as well as ports and terminals. I-Rod pipe supports protect piping in most onshore facilities in the US and Europe, and TankGard anode systems for tank internals launched in 2017 to address process vessel corrosion in onshore fields.