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List of ROVs and equipment:
Specialised Work Class ROV’s
• Subjet II, was a special designed jetting ROV, a caterpillar crawler that was driven on the seabed and used to jet down cables and pipelines. Today she is retired and has been used for further development on the following ROVs.
• Subjet III, is a work class ROV designed to jet down cables and pipelines into the seabed. She has on-board water pumps that can produce water pressure of up to 18 bar. She has a manipulator in front that will grip the cable to maintain constant speed and fixates the cable. Her speed is up to 500 meters per hour. She has on board GYRO, depth sensors and altimeters and can be equipped with TSS. Her propulsion is from thrusters and water pressure. She is controlled from a custom-built control container on deck. Her weight is 9 ton on the surface and 0.8 ton underwater.
• Subjet IV, our newest addition of special designed Work Class ROVs. Designed as a “hybrid” of the Subjet II and the Subjet III. She is a caterpillar crawler built for jetting down cables and pipelines as well as a trench “digger” by way of a large suction device, though not simultaneously. She can produce a water pressure of up to 21 bar. She has a manipulator that grips the cable and can drive more or less on auto following the cable. Her speed is up to 500 meters per hour depending on the seabed conditions. She is equipped with TSS, GYRO, Altimeter and depth sensors. Control container is situated on deck. She weighs 9 tons on land and 6.5 tons underwater.
• Subtrench I, was a trench excavator designed as a caterpillar crawler. She is now retired.
• Subtrench II, a 32 tons trench excavator further developed from the experience gathered from Subtrench I. She is a caterpillar crawler with a large excavator wheel with a diameter of 2.5 meters 0.6 meters wide. She is equipped with large ballast tanks that can be filled with air making her lighter and weigh down to 7 tons underwater. Furthermore, she is equipped with a suction device of up to 8 bar that keeps the digged trench clear of materials. Her way of propulsion is 5 sets of rubber wheels as well as a winch connected to an Anchor with a wire rope. She has a GYRO equipped. She can run 100 meters per hour. Her control room is situated in a container on deck.
Specialised Tracking Survey ROV’s
• MV I (Measuring Vehicle I), a non-magnetic vehicle that can be fitted with a range of survey equipment including TSS, Altimeters, Depth sensors, GYROs etc. She weighs 1 ton on land and only 200 kg underwater. She is driven on 4 nylon wheels with a speed of up to 900 meters per hour. Her control is installed in an on deck Container.
• MV II (Measuring Vehicle II), a better redesign of MV I, but with the same features. A non-magnetic vehicle that can be fitted with a range of survey equipment including TSS, Altimeters, Depth sensors, GYROs etc. She weighs 1 ton on land and only 200 kg underwater. She is driven on 4 nylon wheels with a speed of up to 900 meters per hour. Her control is installed in an on deck Container.
Inspection & small task ROV’s
• Ocean Modules V8 M500, the V8 M500 Intervention is the only ROV with a control system that allows unlimited pitch and roll through a full 360° with maintained platform stability. The capability to rotate 360° in any dimension and the small size and significant power of the V8 M500 make it ideal for use in a wide range of tasks. It comes with a small manipulator and HD video. It can be equipped with numerous additional equipment such as Sonars, USBL positioning systems and this like.
• Ocean Modules V8 M500M, a new upgraded V8 M500 Intervention ROV. It has all the features of the M500 but comes in a much more powerful version that can operate in currents of up to 4 knots. This is unheard of, for a relatively small ROV, and it is considered the World’s fastest ROV at the time of writing. Like with the normal M500 it comes with a multitude of additional equipment.
• Falcon Seaeye, a well proven ROV in the industry, it is a very sturdy worker and can be deployed and used for many tasks including inspection and light intervention work with the manipulator. We have had several of these ROVs over the years and they have been involved in numerous projects. They can be fitted with Sonars, USBL Positioning etc.
• Videoray Pro 4, very small inspections ROV, well suited for confined spaces, harbours, pipes, water reservoirs etc. It provides video coverage and can be used for inspection of ship hulls propellers etc.