Insulating monolithic coupling (electrical insulating joint)

An insulating monolithic coupling (an electrical insulating joint) is a one-piece mechanical connection of steel pipes, which provides their electrical separation.

Pipeline Systems and Technologies produces insulating monolithic couplings (electrical insulating joints) under a license from NUOVAGIUNGAS s.r.l. company (Italy).

NUOVAGIUNGAS s.r.l. was founded in 1965. It is a world leader among insulating monolithic couplings manufacturers. An impeccable reputation and high quality products allow the company to be a supplier for the most important, prestigious, and complex projects. Sales geography covers more than 50 countries, including the USA, Canada, Latin America, Great Britain, Greece, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Iran, Egypt, China, India, and Pakistan.

NUOVAGIUNGAS s.r.l.’s product quality and reliability meet the highest international standards, which is proved by TUV, ISO 9001:2000, Bureau Veritas, Lloyd register, Moody International, and other certificates.

Pipeline Systems and Technologies/ NUOVAGIUNGAS s.r.l.’ s insulating monolithic couplings have been operated on the territory of the Russian Federation since 2002. They are installed at the Gazprom facilities: South Stream, Russia – Turkey, Yamal – Europe, Bovanenkovo ​​- Ukhta, SRTO – Torzhok, Sakhalin – Khabarovsk – Vladivostok gas pipelines; North European Gas Pipeline, Achimov and Kovykta fields, as well as other oil companies’ facilities, including Varandey oil terminal, ice-resistant LSP-1 oil platform of Yuri Korchagin deposit (Lukoil), Salym Petroleum Development, NK Rosneft, and many others.

Pipeline Systems and Technologies/ NUOVAGIUNGAS s.r.l.’ s insulating monolithic couplings are included into the “Register of manufacturers and types of electrical insulating joints (couplings) authorized for use at Gazprom”.

Products have approvals issued by the Federal Service of Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Supervision in the Russian Federation.