SST Group is exhibiting at EGYPS 2022

February 15, 2022

On February 14–16, 2022 at the Egypt International Exhibition Center in Cairo SST Group will present its electric heating solutions for a wide range of applications worldwide.

SST Group is exhibiting at EGYPS 2022

Visitors of the SST Group stand 3H50 will be able to network with the company’s leading experts and learn more about the company's products, including a wide range of electrical heat tracing solutions for pipelines, oil wells, tanks and vessels.

SST Group provides heating systems based on self-regulating and series-resistance cables. Self-regulating cables are the most energy-efficient solution for pipelines and vessels heating.

At the Egypt Petroleum Show the company will present a comprehensive innovative solution for the protection of oil wells from paraffin-wax formations — Stream Tracer™ IT heating system. At the heart of the system, there is a special self-supporting flexible skin-heater. The heater has zones with varying power output, which can significantly reduce the power consumption of the well heating system — by almost 50%.

Another unique solution by SST Group is the VeLL system. It is a system of constant power heating cables for heating pipelines up to 150 km in length from a single power supply point. Some advantages of the VeLL system are lower capital costs, ecological safety, energy efficiency and high mechanical strength.

We will be glad to see you in-person at our stand 3H50 at the Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) is Egypt.

To visit the exhibition, register on the official website of the event via the link.

SST Group is the largest manufacturer of electric heating cables and heat tracing solutions in Europe and one of the top-3 heating cable manufacturers worldwide according to QY Research with 30 years of experience in implementing projects for petrochemical and refining industries. The company designs and manufactures sophisticated heat tracing systems for all climatic conditions, having implemented over 20,000 projects in more than 60 countries.


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