Reflex Marine, the specialist in offshore personnel access by crane, has unveiled today its Frog-XT transfer device range, with its advanced design and cutting edge technology, for the first time at Offshore Europe.
Having unveiled the prototype at Offshore Europe 2013, Reflex Marine was extremely excited to show the finished product.
Those on the exhibit floor were able to interact with the FROG-XT and discover its many features.
The company is best known for its transfer devices, the FROG and TORO and now, the FROG-XT. The company is involved with more than one million safe personnel transfers annually.
“Reflex Marine is proud to have set new standards and expectations for the industry. Through changing the perspective of crew transfer from being seen as inherently high-rick, to being accepted as a manageable activity that can be performed safely and c ost effectively, we can ensure continuity and safety in offshore operations. The FROG-XT is our latest development to support our mission of raising safety standards offshore,” announced Philip Strong, CEO.
More than 20 years’ experience and expertise has gone into the development of the FROG-XT range. With a choice of a four, six and 10 person capacity devices, the FROG-XT offers operators a flexible solution to their personnel transfer needs. The device can be converted to MedEvac mode in the case of an emergency to transfer a casualty and accompany passenger.
The Frog-XT is the safest range of personnel transfer devices on the market. The range has undergone rigorous texting, including a full-scale immersion, self-righting, impact and free-fall testing.
The 41st SPE Offshore Europe Conference & Exhibition is taking place from September 8-11. Reflex Marine can be found in Hall 1, stand number 1D85.