Deep Blue Engineering introduces Shuttle Sub ROV

Deep Blue Engineering UK Ltd. has announced Shuttle Sub, its new lift and deployment system that is a large payload-carrying ROV.

May 20th, 2014
The remotely operated Shuttle Sub lift and deployment system provides a cost-effective way to transport heavy payloads to and from the seabed.
The remotely operated Shuttle Sub lift and deployment system provides a cost-effective way to transport heavy payloads to and from the seabed.

Offshore staff

HEREFORD, UK – Deep Blue Engineering UK Ltd. has announced Shuttle Sub, its new lift and deployment system that is a large payload-carrying ROV.

The Shuttle Sub offers an efficient and cost-effective way to deploy heavy payloads, such as cables and umbilicals, to and from the seabed, said Deep Blue. It is used to install and retrieve equipment, lay cable, and conduct salvage operations.

Even with a payload of 100 metric tons (110 tons), the buoyant-controlled Shuttle Sub can float, dive, surface, and maintain neutral buoyancy, so it is suited for work being carried out in deepwater environments on, or near, the seabed.

05/19/2014

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