Davlyn in the Oil & Gas Industry
Over 40 Years of Industry Service
The Oil & Gas industry has been using Davlyn products for many years to protect equipment and workers from intense heat. Ensuring worker life safety and equipment longevity are key priorities, every day, in the field and on the platform. Davlyn has been producing thermal protection products for the Oil & Gas industry, upstream and downstream, for more than 40 years from our Spring City, PA and Independence, VA manufacturing facilities.
- Hose and Cable Heat & Flame Protection
- Insulation/Heat Containment
- Worker Life Safety
- Welding & Brazing Curtain/Shield
- Steam Tracer Wrap
- Valve Covers
Davlyn Silco Products in the Oil & Gas Industry
Davlyn Silco™ silicone-coated fiberglass firesleeves and tapes have become an industry standard with their ability to protect even when temporarily exposed to intense direct flame while providing constant radiant heat protection up to 500°F (260°C). Silicone-coated Firesleeve also provides hoses with additional protection from UV and other environmental elements. Silco Sleeve® Firesleeve is the ideal choice for protecting hoses and cables around the hot equipment or protecting workers from contact with hot hoses. Silco Shield® Firesleeve with Hook & Loop closure provides excellent heat protection while allowing easy retrofitting of existing cables and hoses. Silco Shield® Fireblanket can be used to protect larger areas from welding and cutting sparks and molten weld splatter. Regular, uncoated fiberglass and silica sleeves, tapes and blankets can also used for thermal shielding throughout the refinery.
Engineered, Custom Solutions
In addition to our standard products, Davlyn has in-house engineering and custom fabrication capabilities for providing solutions to the most demanding thermal challenges. In collaboration with your team, we review your application, performance requirements and all product options to find the optimal solution. Ask us about the Davlyn 4D Process!
- SILICONE: 500°F (260°C)
- FIBERGLASS: 1000°F (540°C)
- SILICA: 2000°F (1090°C)