Submar’s Revetment Mats Work in Every Environment

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Submar’s Revetment Mats Work in Every Environment

From land to water to deserts, Submar has a solution to fit your pipeline project. Our articulating concrete revetment mats are a cost-effective and long-term solution for pipeline operators across North America. Submar’s mats consist of flexible concrete elements connected by ultraviolet stabilized copolymer extruded fiber rope. The mats help with pipeline separation and erosion

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Submar Mats: The Story Behind the Industry-Leading Articulated Concrete Revetment Mats

Submar has long been a leader in pipeline erosion control. The company has continuously been on the forefront of innovation, designing new products that help assist those in the oil and gas pipeline industry with onshore and offshore pipeline exposure remediation. One of the products Submar is most well-known for is the Submar Mat, an

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Post-Construction Site Monitoring

In 2017, Submar installed a special system of articulating concrete revetment mattresses in New Mexico: Armadune mats, which are designed to work in desert environments. The mats’ tapered cells help collect sediment while the excelsior matrix collects moisture and allows root system development. Tate Salas, our Southwest Regional Sales Manager, is conducting a post-construction site assessment

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Submar Mats and Best Management Practices

A Submar project should not be considered complete until the solutions team implements Best Management Practices (BMPs). The group of engineers at Pipeline Monitoring understands this. After surveying your project site, they will come up with a solution for long-term sustainability that meets BMP standards for your area. Our clients often find that the answer

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Submar Mats Put to Use

Before Submar installation. After Submar installation. Pipeline exposure due to wind and water erosion remediation is a key service provided by Submar, Inc. In this case a 24-inch diameter pipeline in Virginia was exposed due to soil degradation in the bed of the channel. Submar installed a system of articulating concrete block revetment mattresses, (ACB’s),

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