Conditions at sea are rough and extremely demanding for components. Sea water, high and low temperatures, vibrations due to wind and motion; all this puts a lot of stress on cables, hoses and energy supplies. We have products suitable for these special application locations. In wind turbines, on drilling vessels or on oil rigs, they all require a reliable supply of energy, both on the cantilever and in highly dynamic pipe handling. Light and maintenance-free. Thanks to our engineering team and DNV and NEK-certified chainflex cables, we also offer ready-to-connect complete systems that are tailored to meet your needs.
Would you like more information about suitable igus® products for this industry? Our experts will be happy to get in touch with you.
This year, we are launching 168 innovations. Industry Manager Tim Schneebeck will present the top news for the offshore industry in just two minutes. This includes the new cable package for top drive systems in the e-loop:
The alternative to the service loop to guide cables safely in hanging applications. Ideal for three-dimensional applications.
Trying things out made easy: with the igus corner, you always have the most recent motion plastics suitable for your individual industry sector at hand.
We will bring the display to you, assemble it on request, and fill the compartments with the products of your choice. Or you can set it up yourself. As a permanent exhibition or for a limited period of time.
More than 370 certified control, servo, motor and robot cables as well as bus, data, encoder and fibre optic cables
The flexibility of polymers has made energy chains and energy supply systems a valued asset in the oil and gas industry. What are the advantages of igus energy supply systems in top drive systems? What differentiates them from other solutions, such as festoons or service loops?
What challenges, what advantages do automation and digitalisation bring to the maritime industry? How can companies meet the strict test criteria to have components certified by competent institutions such as DNV-GL? What opportunities arise for suppliers, plant constructors and operators of drilling platforms and ships through the use of certified components such as cables?
What is the fastest way to replace cables in e-loops? What does “heavy duty” mean in the context of e-chains? You can find interesting contributions about our products in the offshore industry in the igus blog.