Oil & Gas

Your oil & gas operation has to endure some of the world’s toughest environments. From drill rigs to refinery operations, performance and durability are critical elements that can be significantly enhanced by using engineered plastics.

Oil & Gas with Cope Plastics

Wear Resistance
Chemical and Abrasion Resistance
Toughness

Wear Resistance

Sliding surfaces and sheaves in drilling operations, bearings and bushings in rotating equipment, and dynamic components require extreme wear properties. Engineered plastics consistently outperform traditional metals over a broad range of loads, speeds, and environments.

Chemical and Abrasion Resistance

Engineered plastics provide resistance to a wide variety of chemicals, and can also perform well in conditions that involve dirt, sand, and salt air.

Toughness

Materials with high strength and toughness are critical to the rugged nature of this industry. Engineered plastics provide load carrying capability combined with the ductility to provide resistance to impact and rough use.

Secondary Industries

Oil & Gas

Engineered plastics provide resistance to a wide variety of chemicals, and can also perform well in conditions that involve dirt, sand, and salt air.

Bearing Grade PPS Labyrinth Seal Used on Gas and Liquid Compressors to provide high efficiency, rub tolerant seals
Carbon Filled PEEK Bushing Journal bearing running at extremely high speeds on high volume Centrifugal Pumps
UHMW Valve Seat Ideal for Ball Valves that handle corrosive chemicals

Secondary Industries

Refinery

Fracking

Drilling Rigs

Subsea Equipment

ROV – Remotely Operated Vehicles