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Roxtec: New Transit Management System

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Roxtec developed an online tool to simplify systemized safety control of cable and pipe transits. The new Roxtec Transit Registry helps owners in marine and offshore industries monitor the transit installation quality and ensure the safety level throughout the lifecycle of assets.

Roxtec has conducted transit inspections around the world for years, and they repeat their important message to owners and builders of marine and offshore units: "Cable and pipe seals are vital for the passive fire protection and as important as fire doors. If they are not correctly installed on new-builds or during retrofit, your assets are at risk."

The Roxtec Transit Registry can help owners, contractors and classification societies verify the transit installation quality and ensure a high safety level, from the initial installations to the latest upgrades. The transit management system includes an up-to-date transit log and related documents such as drawings and certificates.

The Roxtec Transit Registry is part of Roxtec transit safety services and responds to the increasing digitalization and the need to take control of the transit safety status onboard to protect life and assets.


Jun 11, 2019

 

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