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New "Shuttle Sub" from Deep Blue Engineering


Published May 2, 2014
Deep Blue Engineering Shuttle Sub graphic

Deep Blue Engineering UK Ltd announced the introduction of the Shuttle Sub. The new lift and deployment system is a large payload-carrying, remotely operated vehicle (ROV).

Developed for companies involved in subsea operations, the Shuttle Sub offers an efficient and cost-effective way to deploy heavy payloads - such as cables and umbilicals - to and from the seabed. It is used to install and retrieve equipment, lay cable and conduct salvage operations.

Even when laden with a payload of 100 tonnes, the buoyant-controlled Shuttle Sub can float, dive, surface and maintain neutral buoyancy, so it is ideally suited for work being carried out in deepwater environments on – or near - the seabed.

Tags: Deep Blue Engineering UK Ltd




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