Titan Division of Hunting Energy Services, a subsidiary of Hunting Plc, the international energy services company, has begun manufacturing, selling and distributing detonating cord to the oil and gas perforating and pipe recovery markets on April 13.
Hunting initiated manufacturing with a standard temperature line of RDX and an elevated temperature line of HMX detonating cords. This latest addition to Hunting’s energetics product line has undergone rigorous quality control and continuous testing during manufacturing.
Hunting, through its Titan Division, has more than 25 years of experience advancing oilfield ballistic products. Its strategy of internalizing the manufacturing of its energetics products has helped ensure its high standards and supply chain inventories are met.
Hunting’s detonating cords are available through the company’s network of distribution centers strategically located in all the world’s oil-producing regions.
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