company DeepTech by introducing technology Zap-Lok In the local market, this technology works to connect gas and crude pipelines and petroleum products transmission lines through mechanical overlap instead of welding, taking into account all global industrial safety standards, whether on land or sea lines, and this came within the framework of the constant endeavor towards developing the oil and gas industry in Egypt.
The first line with this new technology was implemented for the Belaim Petroleum Company in Sinai, and it was already tested before using it.
Technology has also been used Zap-Lok In North America, Canada, West Africa and the Near East since 1980 until now for thousands of kilometers due to its distinguished economic feasibility compared to traditional welding methods, where the efficiency of the technology has been proven in reducing the production time of the joint from 45 minutes in traditional welding joints to only three and a half minutes.
Thus, the traditional welding working group produces 315 meters of pipes per day compared to 2600 meters of pipes when using the Zablag technology.
The use of traditional methods for welding pipes is currently a waste of resources and harmful to the environment. As for the zapling technique, it is considered environmentally friendly for use in the transfer of green hydrogen when treating internal surfaces with inert materials, knowing that it is suitable for all types of metal pipes.
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