InterDam Accelerates Growth with New Office Opening in Houston

A new office expansion will enable InterDam to accelerate growth in the US Onshore and Offshore Industry and Renewable Sectors.

InterDam, leading supplier of Fire and Blast resistant architectural products for refineries, Oil & Gas Platforms and Offshore Wind Platforms, recently opened a new office in Houston, Texas to strengthen its position in the North American market and leverage the area’s diverse and expansive customer base.

InterDam’s product development over the past ten years has pushed the boundaries of fire resistant and post blast walls, windows and doors, by creating a world-class product line developed in response to the industry’s desire for fit-for-purpose prefabricated systems that fit modular and standardized building designs.

Conforming to US Coast Guard and UL fire and blast regulations, InterDam’s cost effective and lightweight products are designed to withstand a fire outbreak in a post blast situation, exceeding current standards and leading the market in workforce safety.

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InterDam Partners with VE Partners to Accelerate its Ambitious Growth Plans

InterDam, an international market leader in fire and blast resistant architectural products for the oil and gas and offshore renewables sectors, has partnered with VE Partners to accelerate its ambitious growth plans and continue the outstanding success it has achieved in supporting customers creating a safer workplace since its foundation in 2007.

Renowned as a product innovator of high-quality integrated solutions to the offshore and onshore oil & gas and renewable energy sectors, InterDam’s aim is to create the safest area possible for professionals and equipment working in high risk environments.

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The Offshore Market Needs to Wake Up To The Regulatory Limitations of Blast and Fire Post Blast Resistant Walls, Doors and Windows, Warns InterDam

InterDam, supplier of fire and blast resistant walls, doors and windows, is warning the Upstream and Downstream market that the current regulations covering these tP2460461wo areas while adequate, if viewed in isolation, do not consider the possible consequences of a blast followed by fire which recent studies have revealed happens in over 50% of cases.

“Currently there are no regulations covering a fire outbreak in a post blast situation so manufacturers tend to supply products that can either withstand a blast or are resistant to fire but not both consecutively,” said Berend Groeneveld, MD of InterDam.

“We are the first company to test our products to withstand not only the impact of a blast but also an immediate fire outbreak as it is important that employees are kept safe and have time to implement appropriate fire procedures like switching off vulnerable equipment.”

“It is no good surviving a blast only to be burned alive in a fire caused by the explosion,” he added.

InterDam knows the major operators like Shell, BP and Chevron take safety extremely seriously and so is working hard to educate other operators, regulators and certification bodies about the importance of having architectural products capable of withstanding a blast and fire post an explosion.

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