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Diolen 870TN provides added advantages to offshore industry
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May '08
With the successful development and introduction of its Diolen 870TN 'Oceanic' polyester mooring yarn, Diolen Industrial Fibers has tapped into a technological watershed that will provide its offshore-moorings customers with even greater safety and reliability.

"Being a key supplier of high-tech polyester yarns for offshore applications brings a lot of responsibilities with it," says Diolen Sales Manager John van Kuijk.

"In addition to the commercial and logistical support we provide, we are therefore also committed to a path of continuous improvement in the property integrity of our yarns, and the possibilities for further adapting those properties to meet our customers' very specific requirements."

At the Offshore Technologies Conference in Houston in 2007, Diolen Industrial Fibers not only announced plans to double capacity for its successful Diolen 855TN 'Oceanic' product range, but also the introduction of Diolen 870TN 'Oceanic' for the offshore industry.

This new yarn, with its outstandingly low extension, high stiffness characteristics, provides added advantages for modern offshore constructions in particular.

Technical Account Manager Joop Schuilenburg says that the new yarn type is in fact just the start of an innovative path that will allow the company to consistently respond to the needs of a solid but ever-changing market.

Working relationships intensified "Diolen 870TN 'Oceanic' offers clear prospects for new generations of yarns that will allow important developments in reducing materials bulk and operating costs," Joop Schuilenburg says.


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