Subsea 7 adds Schilling Robotics ROVs to fleet

Source: Schilling Robotics

Schilling Robotics, LLC, experts in subsea systems, announced today the award of new contracts for ROV systems from Subsea 7. A total of three new ROV systems will be supplied for delivery in second quarter of 2011, including one 150hp, 3,000m rated ACV ROV system and two 150hp, 3,000m rated HD™ ROV systems.
 
The ACV ROV system is an addition to Subsea 7’s existing fleet of construction vehicles and will be mobilized on Subsea 7’s new pipelay/heavy lift vessel, the Seven Borealis. Incorporating advanced power sharing technology, the ACV is capable of performing the most demanding subsea construction tasks and has a comprehensive track record for delivering both performance and reliability. 

The HD™ ROV system is a work-class vehicle which provides flexibility for construction and inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) applications. The HD’s™ integrated system design leverages modular sub-systems for ease of maintenance, and provides the most on-board space available in a mid-size vehicle for integrating specialized intervention tooling. Subsea 7 will mobilize the HD systems to support ROV-based IMR work in the Norwegian Sea and North Sea. 

“We are very pleased that Subsea 7 has selected Schilling and our ROV systems to support their offshore operations. The continued relationship with Subsea 7 is testament to the flexibility and durability of Schilling systems,” states Tyler Schilling, chief executive officer for Schilling Robotics.



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