SINGAPORE -- Coretech Resources has contracted Sub-Atlantic Asia Pacific (AP) for a free-swimming, Super Mohawk inspection class ROV. Delivery is due in September.
The ROV will allow Coretech Resources to undertake pipeline survey and platform inspections and light subsea intervention tasks from any of its vessels.
Sub-Atlantic says this ROV was chosen because of its high power-to-weight ratio, hydraulic systems, and ability to perform light work-class tasks such as torque tool operations, flooded member detection, and marine growth removal.
The system comes with 600 m (1,968 ft) of neutral umbilical, a hydraulic power pack, dual five-function manipulators, survey sensors, multiple camera and sensor interfaces, a lock latch, and a tooling skid with additional buoyancy.
Sub-Atlantic, a subsidiary of Aberdeen-based Triton Group, will provide interface and installation services from its base in Singapore. The ROV will swiftly be deployed to support Coretech’s survey and inspection campaigns off Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore.
Inspection ROV to support Asia/Pacific program
Coretech Resources has contracted Sub-Atlantic Asia Pacific (AP) for a free-swimming, Super Mohawk inspection class ROV.