C-Kore tracks subsea cables for PTTEP

Offshore staff

YORK, UKC-Kore Systems has completed a campaign for PTTEP Australasia that involved use of its C-Kore subsea testing tools, designed to speed up and simplify subsea testing.

They were deployed to fault-find electrical cables subsea: traditional measurement methods, the company claimed, would have taken much longer to put into operation and would have provided less accurate results.

In this case the tools delivered repeatable results and streamlined reporting that led to time savings for the client, the company added.

C-Kore is a subsea measurement tool used to test insulation resistance and confirm the integrity of subsea cables. It can be deployed remotely by ROV or diver.


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