Hull cleaning ROV
Depth: 305 m
... provide power to generate top speeds of up to 6 knots, and vectorized thruster design delivers superior ROV maneuverability with lateral axis ROV movement as a standard feature. Designed to accept a ...
Depth: 2,000 m
... system spread sets a new standard in severe weather deployment operation, up to sea state 6 as standard and able to deploy the ROV in buoyant or heavy mode up to 18Te, allowing deployment of chain cutters and drill systems. Photo: ...
... capture all removed fouling, so that the water environment is not affected by the cleaning operation. This enables in port cleaning. Speed: 1.200 m2/hour • No divers Cleaning by high ...
... vessel, a normal Work Class ROV needed to fly to the FPSO, and install the small plug 4 meters below the waterline.The operation took place during November, in the harsh North Sea environment. Due to the buoyancy of ...
Depth: 100 m
... ship's hull at a very high velocity to dislodge waste materials, without using scrubbing, harsh chemicals or abrasive materials required for traditional methods. Unlike traditional brush cleaning, Hullwiper ...
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