Beontra and Symbios Aktiengesellschaft | Date: 2012-04-20
Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signaling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; compact discs, DVDs and other digital recording media; mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment, computers; computer software; fire-extinguishing apparatus; aerials; distance recording apparatus; Computer chip; magnetic encoders; computer operating programs, recorded; notebook computers; computer peripheral devices; computer keyboards; magnetic data media; optical data media; data processing apparatus; printers for use with computers; audio- and video-receivers; distance measuring apparatus; ticket dispensers; mileage recorders for vehicles; speed checking apparatus for vehicles; navigation apparatus for vehicles in the nature of on-board computers; facsimile machines; binoculars; telescopes; teleprinters; remote control apparatus; cinematographic cameras; cameras; frequency meters; spark guards; masts for wireless aerials; radiotelephony sets; printed circuit boards; printed circuits; automated teller machines; speed indicators; Global Positioning System apparatus; semi-conductors; high-frequency apparatus; altimeters; hydrometers; hygrometers; identity cards, magnetic; interfaces for computers; cables, electric; coaxial cables; electricity conduits; optical character readers; encoded magnetic cards; directional compasses; contacts, electric; gasoline gauges; laptop computers; conductors, electric; optical readers; Memories for data processing equipment; Word processing equipment; light-emitting diodes; air analysis apparatus; mathematical instruments; computer mouse; mouse pads; meteorological balloons; meteorological instruments; microprocessors; portable telephones; modems; computer monitors; nautical apparatus and instruments; navigational instruments; fog signals, non-explosive; optical lenses; octants; fiber optic cables; optical fibers; optical condensers; optical discs; periscopes; plotters; projection apparatus; radar apparatus; calculating machines; cash registers; relays, electric; life buoys; life-saving rafts; fire escapes; safety nets; safety tarpaulins; life belts; life-saving apparatus and equipment; life jackets; satellites for scientific purposes; satellite navigational apparatus; scanners; electronic commutators; transmitters of electronic signals; signals, luminous or mechanical; signaling buoys; signal bells; signal lanterns; signaling whistles; signaling panels, luminous or mechanical; silicon wafers; simulators for the steering and control of vehicles; sirens; integrated circuit cards and components; sonar; voltage regulators for vehicles; computer memory devices; bar code readers; tachometers; pocket calculators; electronic pocket translators; telephone apparatus; monitoring apparatus, electric; USB flash drivers; water level indicators; marine depth finders; wavemeters; anemometers; sighting telescopes for fire arms. Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; business inquiries; business management and organization consultancy; business management consultancy; personnel management consultancy; Procuring of contracts for the purchase and sale of goods; procurement services for others for goods and services for other businesses; professional business consultancy; book keeping; computerized file management; business investigations; compilation of statistics; commercial or industrial management assistance; marketing; marketing studies; on-line advertising on a computer network; merchandising; online advertising; business organization consultancy; business management assistance; systemization of information into computer databases; business appraisals; compilation of information into computer databases. Transport; packaging and storage of goods; travel arrangement; towing; parcel delivery; delivery of goods; car rental; passenger transport; transport of travelers; freighting; salvage of ships; booking of seats for travel; uploading cargo; refloating of ships; piloting; air transport; escorting of travelers; travel reservation; transport reservation; salvaging; rescue services; transport; marine transport; taxi transport; river transport; railway transport; ferry-boat transport; car transport; barge transport; hauling; boat transport; arranging of cruises; arranging of tours; freight forwarding; Shipping of goods; travel information. Scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; design and development of computer hardware and software; updating of computer software; consultancy in the design and development of computer hardware or computer software; providing search engines for the internet; computer consultancy; computer software consultancy; computer system analysis; computer system design; computer software design; computer virus protection services; digitization of documents; computer programming; monitoring of computer systems by remote access; creating and maintaining websites for others; hosting of web sites; installation of computer software; data conversion of computer programs and data, not physical conversion; conversion of data or documents from physical to electronic media; duplication of computer programs; technical project studies; rental of computer software; computer rental; rental of web servers; maintenance of computer software; recovery of computer data; provision of the opportunity to use computer software or computer systems via data networks by rental of computer software or computer systems.
Materials Performance | Year: 2016
Microbiologically infuenced corrosion (MIC) is among the many modes of corrosion commonly found in industrial environments. While this article focuses on the oil and gas industry, that does not imply that MIC does not occur in other industries. Oil and gas is a strategic industry, as it provides primary sources of energy and byproducts for other industries such as chemical, marine, pulp and paper, waste water, and mining.
NACE - International Corrosion Conference Series | Year: 2016
This paper aims to present innovative solutions in which organic composite materials can be utilized for solving corrosion problems. A solution is presented for corrosion protection of flanged coupling external protection. Flanged pipework is widely used in the industry. The operating environment can lead to external corrosion, metal loss, and flange bolt seizing among others. These problems cause plant shutdowns, waste of valuable resources, and efficiency reduction not to mention costly maintenance expenses. To overcome these actual concerns in an innovative way, this paper presents flanged coupling external solutions. By using a flexible and peelable elastomeric material, flanged couplings and pipework can be isolated from corrosive environments, peeled off if required, inspected, and resealed. With this practical solution, this paper will enable material selection engineers to make an informed decision regarding corrosion protection strategies for flanged pipework in harsh environments. © 2016 by NACE International.
NACE - International Corrosion Conference Series | Year: 2016
This paper aims to present a novel class of pipeline protective lining materials that provide erosion- corrosion resistance combined with negligible wear to spray equipment. These coatings have been formulated with a blend of thermoplastic fillers rather than the traditional ceramic fillers used for erosion resistance. The low temperature (LTPC) coating is recommended for ambient service conditions whilst the high temperature (HTPC) coating is recommended for operating conditions up to 200BF (93 °C). These coatings have been designed to facilitate spray applications in conjunction with robotic technology and are suitable for achieving higher build dry films in one coat without sagging. The use of spray-Applied erosion resistant ceramic epoxy coatings to protect pipeline field joints may not be an option as these coatings cause extensive damage to spray equipment due to the hard angular nature of the ceramic filler employed. Application of such coatings by brush or roller will therefore, restrict their use to man-entry pipelines. During comparison evaluation of erosion resistance, LT and HT thermoplastic coatings exhibit performance characteristics that are superior to traditional ceramic epoxy coatings and demonstrate minimum damage to the spray equipment. © 2016 by NACE International.
Flanagan K.,BEONTRA |
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Offshore Europe Conference and Exhibition, OE 2015 | Year: 2015
This paper, produced for SPE Offshore Europe 2015, looks at the options available to the offshore fabric maintenance engineer when it is not possible or preferable to weld and discusses viable solutions using bonding or cold welding technologies. With the continuous corrosive attack of the environment, maintaining asset integrity offshore is a key challenge for operators looking to upgrade equipment or extend operation beyond the original design life. A crucial part of this process is ensuring the asset complies with all safety regulations, often requiring repair of the existing structure and new equipment installations. When carrying out such work, alternatives to welding or hot work offer significant advantages to the operator, for example, from a cost and scheduling perspective and for this reason cold bonding using advanced composite adhesives can often be considered. The paper aims to provide relevant information and data for reference by detailing case histories, from the initial design stage to installation and on-going inspection. Examples include safety critical equipment, such as handrails and accommodation modules as well as structural reinforcement to roofing and decks. In addition to the design of the bonded structures and joints, the paper also details other aspects to consider such as ongoing inspection and fire safety. By presenting appropriate test data demonstrating performance criteria the paper will explore the capabilities of modern composites to offer a variety of solutions for cold welding equipment. With the inclusion of case histories and physical test data, the paper endeavours to provide advice and guidance on the best practise when designing and installing equipment using composite technologies. © Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.
International Water Power and Dam Construction | Year: 2014
The article focuses on the advantages of using polymeric coatings in areas such as efficiency enhancement and resistance to erosion and corrosion over traditional repair methods. Modem polymeric repair systems offer an excellent alternative to traditional repair materials. These materials are supplied in either paste grade or coating grade products used to provide long term protection to equipment against specific damage Advanced polymeric coatings completely halt corrosion by isolating the metals and closing the corrosion cell. Specialized filler materials such as ceramics and aluminum oxide allow epoxy coatings to achieve incredible wear resistances where required. Exceptional bend strengths mean these epoxy coatings combine with the metallic substrate to provide a composite component with huge advantages in terms of on-going maintenance This is all down to the ease of application of the epoxy polymer systems.
Johnson P.,BEONTRA |
Society of Petroleum Engineers - Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, ADIPEC 2015 | Year: 2015
This paper discusses about two-part composite systems consisting of thermoset epoxy resins reinforced by carbon and glass fiber for applications onto pipeline, pipework, piping systems, and vessels in pressurized service. The document presents details related to qualification and testing of such systems in compliance with internationally accepted standards. It also covers key components of a composite repair from the application standpoint and describes what is required to deliver a compliant solution from inception to final inspection. Composite repairs are rapidly becoming an acceptable maintenance option even for safety critical equipment because they repairs offer an engineered, durable, and affordable solution. Additionally and more importantly they comply with international engineering standards. Designed for application onto pipelines, pipework, and pressurised vessels, composite repair systems are typically composed of resin and reinforcement sheet. Pipeline is the pipe or components, including bends, flanges, valves, and reducers among others, used to transport fluids between plants. Hence, pipelines are generally long and of larger diameters. Piping is the pipe or plurality of pipes, joints, valves, gaskets, fittings, etc., used for transporting fluids within a plant, and they can be above or below ground. Other pieces of equipment where two-part component composite repairs can be used include pressurized vessels and tanks, and/or some of their components such as saddles, main body connections, supports, nozzles, and tees among others. Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Beontra | Date: 2012-03-15
Boat hulls; boats; boats and structural parts therefor; fishing boats; recreational watercraft, namely, boats; structural parts for boats; vessels; water vehicles, namely, hydrofoil boats supported by single or multi hulls, and structural parts therefor. Custom manufacture of boats; treatment of materials in the field of boat construction, namely, weatherproofing and waterproofing of wood, plastic, acrylic and synthetic resins.
Beontra | Date: 2011-03-22
Chemical products for the repair, renovation, reclamation and protection of machinery, equipment, buildings, roofs, floors, walls and structures; Industrial chemical preparations and constituent chemicals for the repair, renovation, reclamation and protection of machinery, equipment, buildings, roofs, floors, walls and structures; chemicals for the aforesaid purposes available in fabric form.
News Article | March 1, 2014
BETHESDA, Md., March 18, 2014 – Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] has acquired BEONTRA AG, a leading provider of integrated planning and demand forecasting tools for airports around the world. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed and are not material to Lockheed Martin. “BEONTRA’s capabilities expand our business in commercial airport information technology solutions,” said Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin Chairman, President and CEO. “Their experience with traffic, capacity and revenue planning combined with our existing portfolio of commercial aviation products and services positions Lockheed Martin to be a leader in this rapidly growing market.” Headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany, BEONTRA and its integrated traffic, capacity and revenue planning software for airports is in use at some of the world’s major airports including Dubai, London Heathrow, Sydney, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Schiphol and Munich. “Lockheed Martin is a brand synonymous with the aviation industry,” said BEONTRA CEO Christian Roth. “The Chroma Airport Suite, recently acquired by Lockheed Martin, is widely recognized as the leading airport operational platform in the industry and being able to bring BEONTRA’s software to that platform will enhance that position.” BEONTRA is a leader in forecasting demand for air traffic capacity, planning for route and infrastructure development, and has more than 40 airport operator customers across five continents. Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 115,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration, and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation’s net sales for 2013 were $45.4 billion.