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Vol. 15, No. 12 Week of March 21, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Duoline gives ‘rules of thumb’ with new literature

Duoline Technologies said Oct. 23 that it has released its new literature “Connection Options,” giving customers general rules of thumb for choosing the best connection option, depending on the application. Duoline, an industry leader in solving oilfield corrosion problems through innovative products and services, said that the literature provides detailed information on five connection options it has available. Details on each connection include typical applications, liner dimensions, drift dimensions, pipe sizes and other unique features. Duoline is a unique insert liner process that secures a corrosion resistant material such as glass-reinforced epoxy or PVC inside the steel pipe, thereby protecting steel tubular, isolating corrosive oilfield fluids and gasses. Since 1964, more than 80 million feet of Duoline have been successfully installed worldwide. For more information visit www.duoline.com.



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