ASSETGUARD Expands into Industrial ApplicationsPublished Date: 6/15/2017
HOUSTON (June 15, 2017) – CARBO Ceramics Inc. (NYSE: CRR) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, ASSETGUARD™, is expanding into industrial applications to provide a range of proven products that deliver seamless, durable, maintenance-free protection of the environment and assets.
ASSETGUARD products are designed to protect the work site and equipment in virtually any industrial setting. They are uniquely engineered and constructed with a proprietary modified polyurea coating technology that provides a seamless, leak-proof layer of protection, which resists exposure to the harshest UV, chemical and temperature extremes.
Dale Eden, vice president, ASSETGUARD commented, “ASSETGUARD is dedicated to providing uncompromised protection and cost-effective solutions for our clients in the industrial sector. Similar to the adoption we have seen in the oilfield, where we now have more than 36,000 installations to date with zero reported product failures, we believe there is broad application for our proprietary polyurea technology in several industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, and processing plants, among others.”
Designed for use both indoors and outdoors, in any type of environment, ASSETGUARD products are lightweight and portable for easy installation and relocation. The chemically inert, impermeable coating ensures the products are easy to clean and re-use.
CARBO® (NYSE: CRR) is a global technology company that provides products and services to the oil and gas and industrial markets to enhance value for its clients.
CARBO Oilfield Technologies - is a global leader that provides engineered solutions in its Design, Build, and Optimize the Frac® technology businesses, delivering important value to E&P operators by increasing well production and EUR. Oilfield Technologies is the world’s largest producer of high quality ceramic proppant, provides one of the industry’s most widely used fracture simulation software, has proprietary technology that provides fracture diagnostics and production assurance, and offers consulting services for fracture design and completion optimization. The Company also provides a range of technology solutions for spill prevention and containment.
Its products and services are sold to operators of oil and natural gas wells and to oilfield service companies for use in the hydraulic fracturing of natural gas and oil wells.
CARBO Industrial Technologies - is a leading provider of high-performance industrial ceramic media products that are engineered to increase process efficiency, improve end-product quality and reduce operating costs.
Its products and services are primarily sold to industrial companies that work in manufacturing and mineral processing.
For more information, please visit www.carboceramics.com.
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