Well thought-out equipment – Compact and mobile
The core competencies and corporate culture built up by Ocean Team over the years are distinguished by a particular efficiency in ad hoc situations and a capacity to mobilize at very short notice. The purification equipment designed and manufactured by Ocean Team is compact and mobile, and can usually be easily transported or packed in containers.Our equipment is suitable for use in either safe or hazardous (Zone I & II) areas. Moreover, most of our systems are modular, ensuring maximum flexibility, fast rig up and down times and superior usability. Most systems can be operated by a single supervisor or technician, making it possible to complete assignments in direct collaboration with the customer’s own competent staff.
Ideas, design, engineering, and manufacturing
Ever since it was founded in 1995, Ocean Team has continuously developed its know-how, technology, quality level, logistics and staff. As a result, the company is now a market leading provider of custom-built purification equipment and participates in a wide variety of demanding projects.
Our professional response to assignments, combined with the many different services we offer, guarantee swift, safe and profitable completion of your project. Our concept creates value for both parties and is the perfect starting point for your ideas.
Flexible organisation and all-round efficiency in the utilization of advanced technology in our technical department and in production add flexibility, speed, and profitability to our assignments.
Thanks to our in-house design and manufacturing skills and our external, highly professional, international business associates and suppliers, we are the ideal partner for companies wishing custom-built purification solutions. We offer to handle the entire process from design through component purchase to assembly and on-site commissioning.
Ocean Team manufactures equipment for safe and hazardous (Zone I & II) areas in accordance with:
– EC Directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery Directive)
– EC Directive 97/23/EC (PED Directive)
– EC Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX Directive)
– ASME B31.3
– API RP 14 E
– NACE MR-01-075