Caley announces portable IWOCS deployment system

Offshore staff

GLASGOW, Scotland – Caley Ocean Systems has developed a portable Intervention Work Over Control System (IWOCS) deployment system.

Mounted on a portable skid, the IWOCS Deployment System comprises two elements: a reeler/power unit and an A-frame. All operations take place within the boundary of the skid.

The IWOCS subsea deployment frame and umbilical are handled by the dedicated A-frame and docking unit. Equipment is fully captured during in-boarding and outboarding with minimum manual intervention, and increased protection of the equipment, says Caley. The IWOCS Deployment System is suitable for use in Sea State 6 conditions.

In addition to rapid mobilization and portability, the deployment system requires less deck space than a conventional IWOCS reeler and sheave arrangement.


Caley IWOCS Deployment System
The Caley IWOCS Deployment System. (Rendering courtesy Caley Ocean Systems)

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