Phoenix increases ROV fleet

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. has taken delivery of a Super Mohawk II inspection class ROV
(Courtesy Phoenix International Holdings Inc.)

Offshore staff

HOUSTON Phoenix International Holdings Inc. has taken delivery of a Super Mohawk II inspection class ROV. 

Capable of operating in depths of up to 3,000 m (9,842 ft), this underwater vehicle can be supplied as free flying or with a tether management system and deployed on any vessel.

Fitted with dual 1 atmosphere electronic pods, a SubCan control, protection and diagnostics system, and a camera pan and tilt unit, the ROV is suitable for a variety of tasks including inspection, maintenance and repair, surveys, and intervention works.

Mike Kutzleb, president and CEO, said: “This purchase underscores our commitment to investing in the growth of Phoenix and enhancing our existing business activities in the Gulf of Mexico.”

08/30/2016

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