Pattern Development (3D Digitization)
Mold Creation (CNC Machine Creates Master/Pattern)
Secondary Component Installation (PVC, Metal, Wood, and Rubber)
So much of our lives are built around oil and gas. Millions of people everywhere rely on these resources in order to heat their homes, help them get from point A to Point B, and so much more. We are here to provide companies within this industry with the components they need to function and provide necessary services to their customers.
The experts at BLG Fiberglass have the experience, knowledge and skills to design and construct the materials you need.
We always deliver incredible results. This is part of our efforts to provide our clients with materials that satisfy their needs.
Pattern development, mold creation, painting, secondary component installation, and boding services to serve all your needs.
Our team have been providing Oil and Gas Fiberglass Manufacturing for the oil and gas industry. Companies come to us because we always deliver fantastic results that our clients can rely on on a daily basis. We are developing the tech for TYPE 4/5 storage solutions for high pressure gas like CNG,PNG and Hexagon for new trend in new energy market.
Clients know they can count on our team for:
Components designed to their exact specifications
Components made from quality materials
Skilled and professional technicians
Regular updates on their projects
Prompt and timely results
Our company helps oil and gas companies with their component needs. We produce parts for storage tanks, water tanks and pipes. These are obviously very important components for this industry. Oil and gas companies need to know that the parts they are getting perform to the level they need. This means that the component help with the safe and reliable storage and transportation of resources. Our team of professionals understands the importance of this, which is why we go through a rigorous process to develop components that give our clients peace of mind.
There are a number of benefits to using fiberglass in oil and gas production. Fiberglass is a strong, lightweight material that can be used to make pipes and other equipment that is resistant to corrosion. Additionally, it can be used to help seal off areas around wells and other production infrastructure in order to prevent leaks. Finally, fiberglass can also be burned as fuel in certain applications, making it a versatile material for the oil and gas industry.
Fiberglass is used extensively in the oil and gas industry as a means of preventing corrosion. It can be found in everything from production tubing to flow lines and separators.
The use of fiberglass helps to protect metal surfaces from the extreme conditions that are often found in these environments. The glass fibers form a barrier that prevents corrosive fluids from coming into direct contact with the metal, which can cause severe damage over time.
BLG is a manufacturer of oil and gas fiberglass products and our head office is located in Toronto at 3080 Yonge Street, Suite 6060, Toronto, ON, M4N 3N1.
Our fiberglass products are strong and durable, making them the perfect choice for a variety of applications. We use only the highest quality materials and craftsmanship to ensure that you receive a product you can trust. Our team is passionate about delivering a product that exceeds your expectations.
Using fiberglass in oil and gas production has a number of advantages. First, it is an extremely strong material that can withstand high temperatures and pressures. This makes it ideal for use in pipelines and other critical infrastructure components. Second, fiberglass is resistant to corrosion, which is a major concern in the oil and gas industry. This means that it can provide a long-term solution for companies looking to protect their investment. Finally, fiberglass is lightweight and easy to work with, making it a cost-effective option for many applications.
If you are looking to get a quote on your project or you need more information about our team and services, we encourage you to get in touch with us today. We look forward to hearing from you.