Secondary Oil Containment Innovations for Substations

Albarrie GeoComposites 2022-04-20 00:00:00

Albarrie's SorbWeb Plus Secondary Oil Containment solution saves companies on installation costs and maintenance fees by using layers of smart fabrics to trap and absorb transformer mineral oils around utility substations. This virtually maintenance-free and cost-effective solution is custom-designed to meet site specifications, helping companies achieve environmental compliance in line with SPCC regulations.

Albarrie is excited to bring innovative solutions to Electric Power Substations at this year's New Orleans Conference. Learn more about controlling the impact of transformer oil leaks at this year's IEEE PES T&D Conference in New Orleans at booth 5618.

Chronic oil leaks are the most significant problem for electric power substation transformers. They cost power producers and distributors thousands of dollars in clean-up, not to mention liability and reputation. As a market leader in geotextile manufacturing, we have a 40-year history of developing innovative technical fabrics that solve environmental problems. We partner with utility companies, nuclear power plants, hydro power plants, consulting engineers and more to solve transformer oil containment problems.

Carla Smiderle, Albarrie's Sales and Marketing Manager will be holding information sessions on Albarrie's patented, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly secondary oil containment solutions.

Don't let transformer oil leaks cost you time, money, and your reputation.

Albarrie is a manufacturer of innovative, environmentally friendly secondary oil containment systems that are custom designed to meet site specifications and bring companies back into environmental compliance. Albarrie is a leading North American textile manufacturer, specializing in the production and development of advanced needlefelts and composite materials for complex applications worldwide.

For More Information Contact
Albarrie GeoComposites

Carla Smiderle
Tel: 705-241-7965

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