Clarity of Vision for the Oil & Gas Industry
From Surface to Seabed™
Champion Environ, the market leaders in anti-fouling subsea markers, branded as Aquasign®, have now increased their manufacturing capabilities to incorporate all forms of signage requirements.
Champion Environ has built its reputation on quality, service and innovation. Aquasign® can be used to mark all items of subsea hardware whether required for a warm coastal shallow water project or the pressures of the ultra deep. Aquasign®’s flexible design and environmentally friendly properties has made it the operator’s choice globally for nearly three decades.
Research and development projects have enhanced Champion’s subsea range bringing improvements to product quality, reductions to installation time and also cost savings. Find out more about our recent product developments, Solis®, Altus™, Biohesive® and Shield™ by visiting the subsea section of our website.
Clarity of vision is crucial in every environment. Champion Environ now brings their inventiveness to the surface signage market place offering an extensive range of customizable products produced by state-of-the-art equipment. Whether energy efficient or utilising the latest UV cured solvent free inks we remain true to our environmental credentials. Now manufacturing anything from safety signs to certification plates all of which can be custom made with your company logo cost effectively.
Learn more about Champion Environ's subsea anti-fouling marking systems, Aquasign® by registering for our preferred area and benefit from:
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Our latest patent pending fixing system – KISS® Tape, will be launched on 6th February 2012.
Champion has received Gold Preferred Supplier Status from Cameron as part of their Supplier Quality Recognition Scheme
The first version of Aquasign® was sold in 1985 by Blacksmith Chemicals, a Shell Joint Venture. Shell is no longer involved in the manufacture or marketing of Aquasign® markers with Champion Environ having acquired the rights to the technology in 1998.