Perry Slingsby receives Technip, Submec contracts

Perry Slingsby Systems (PSS) has secured contracts from Technip and Submec Offshore to supply Triton ROV systems and equipment.

Offshore staff

JUPITER, Florida -- Perry Slingsby Systems (PSS) has secured contracts from Technip and Submec Offshore to supply Triton ROV systems and equipment.

Technip has ordered a workclass ROV Triton XL47 system, Dynacon winch, surface power and control equipment, and surface control van.

Following delivery in December 2008, Technip will use the products in offshore oil and gas construction and installation projects in Brazil.

Submec has ordered the Triton XLX 33 and 34 ROV systems.

The two 3,000-m (9,843 ft) rated systems include the latest in tooling and survey capabilities while featuring the PSS Integrated Controls Engine (ICE) real-time control system with Gb telemetry and graphical diagnostics.

Submec will employ the TXLX systems on various deepwater construction projects following their delivery in November 2008.

07/21/2008

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