SAN ANTONIO – Radoil is highlighting the capabilities of its IWOCS reel systems, designed to meet customers’ hydraulic control requirements for vertical and horizontal well completions in various water depths, at the Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition being held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Radoil officials say that the IWOCS reels can be designed to include as many hydraulic connections as requested for operation of the necessary hydraulic control functions and provide monitoring and testing during installation, intervention and workover of subsea completion equipment.
The company says that IWOCS can also be used to control subsea tree functions and LMRP/BOP control system functions. Radoil says that the reels are built and tested to be very sturdy and durable, and contain the same safety and reliability features as our other reels.
Common uses include deepwater BOP systems, intervention workover systems (IWOCS), and hydraulic multifunction umbilicals.