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DOF Subsea Selects FMC Technologies’ ROVs for IMR Operations


Published Aug 17, 2016
Schilling Robotics HD
Schilling Robotics HD and UHD-III ROVs are known to be highly versatile for IMR and construction projects (photo: FMC Technologies)

FMC Technologies has announced that DOF Subsea has signed a contract for two new Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) from its Schilling Robotics business line. The HD and UHD-III ROVs will be delivered in December 2016.

These ROVs will be utilised by DOF Subsea for its Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) operations in Eastern Canada. The HD and UHD-III ROVs are known to be highly versatile for IMR and construction projects.

While designed for robust capabilities, FMC Technologies’ ROV system maintenance is simple with comprehensive system diagnostics and intuitive maintenance solutions. Sub-systems are designed to be quickly maintained without any requirement for advanced technical skills or specific system knowledge.

“We’ve partnered with DOF Subsea for the last decade and this award, in these difficult market conditions, represents the continued strength of our relationship,” says Tyler Schilling, President of FMC Technologies Schilling Robotics. “The combination of the HD and UHD-III ROVs give DOF Subsea a lot of flexibility on this project.”

Tags: DOF Subsea, FMC Technologies, Schilling Robotics




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