Advanced Insulation’s distributed buoyancy modules help reduce tension and load strain on subsea risers and umbilicals. The modules act as a connecting surface between static structures on the seabed and dynamic floating structures on the surface. They feature a patent-pending clamping technology that is designed to adapt to the specific needs and conditions of a riser’s operation and eliminate slippage throughout its operational lifespan. The internal clamping mechanism consists of nine rubber inserts, which increase the surface contact area at the interface between the module and the riser. Rubber vertical bar retainers also secure the clamp element orientation and ensure alignment around the riser body by eliminating dropoff while the holding bolts are engaged.
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