World Pipelines Spotlight with DENSO Group Germany
Published by Elizabeth Corner,
World Pipelines’ Senior Editor, Elizabeth Corner, talks to Luc Perrad, Director of International Sales at DENSO Group Germany, to discuss the company’s recent article in World Pipelines.
Luc Perrad is Director of International Sales at DENSO Group Germany. He has over 13 years of experience in corrosion protection worldwide and is a certified Level 2 NACE Coating Inspector. A Belgian citizen, he is fluent in French and English, has considerable technical sales experience and far-reaching engineering expertise when it comes to questions concerning corrosion prevention for pipelines. A qualified engineer, he has recently advised companies on the introduction of a new coating system throughout Europe.
For almost a century, DENSO Group Germany has built its reputation on high-quality and forward-thinking solutions for sealing technology and corrosion prevention. DENSO products reliably protect pipelines, construction, buildings, and more.
In this spotlight session, we are reviewing DENSO Group’s recent article for World Pipelines, entitled ‘Testing pipeline tapes’, written by Thomas Kaiser, Managing Director of DENSO Group Germany.
The article, which is published in the September 2021 issue of World Pipelines asks: why do some tapes protect pipelines better than others over long periods? The article goes on to offer a comparison of the lamination and coextrusion manufacturing procedures, and outline the benefits of coextruded tapes.
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If you want to find out more about the services offered by DENSO Group Germany, visit denso-group.com/en/.
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