offshore & subsea fixings

Whatever your application or environment we will have a fixing range to suit your needs.

Our identification materials have been applied to every type of offshore and subsea equipment you could name.  With a track record stretching over 800 projects and 30 years our fixing solutions are designed to last.

All options are designed for quick and easy installation, yet are all 3rd party tested to ensure they can withstand the harsh offshore and subsea environments.

Onshore Applications

The easiest and most cost-effective way to install your signage is before the equipment is transported.  This will allow the application process to take place a more controlled working environment.

Our standard fixing method is the easiest yet – KISS; Keep It Simple Seal; is our self-adhesive range.

Offshore Applications

We are not always awarded the luxury of installing identification markers onshore. 

Just like our standard fixing range, we have developed a suite of adhesive and mechanical options that can be applied underwater.

Depending on our project requirements we have a solution for you that can be easily installed by diver or ROV

Frequently Asked Questions

No. Our adhesives have been developed and tested specially for subsea use.

All of our fixing solutions are guaranteed to remain in place for 60 years 

If you do choose to use your own adhesive, our guarantee will not apply.  

KISS stands for “Keep It Simple Seal”.

Simply peel off the protective backing cover, stick to your asset then seal with Biohesive 225.

Visit our download area for copies of installation guides and datasheets.

There are a number of reasons you need to apply a sealing bead around KISS markers:

  • To create a watertight seal 
  • To protect against environmental contamination
  • To validate 60-year performance guarantee

Without the Biohesive sealing bead, your performance guarantee is not valid.


Third party testing has shown that Aquahesive is not damaged or impaired by the pressure, temperatures and environmental factors present in deep water.

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