Class societies approve i-Tech’s underwater inspection service

Subsea 7 subsidiary i-Tech Services has strengthened its underwater inspection in lieu of drydocking capability by gaining certification to deliver to guidelines set by ABS, DNV GL, Bureau Veritas, and Lloyd’s Register.

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – Subsea 7 subsidiary i-Tech Services has strengthened its underwater inspection in lieu of drydocking (UWILD) capability by gaining certification to deliver to guidelines set by ABS, DNV GL, Bureau Veritas, and Lloyd’s Register.

UWILD is a requirement to ensure the structural and operational integrity of a marine asset while on location.

i-Tech Services says its inspection division undertakes this task using the latest ROV imaging, cleaning, and tooling technologies.

Conducting surveys in situ saves clients time and money, the company claims, by reducing downtime, cutting back on off-contract times, and reducing or eliminating the need for expensive and limited drydock space.

06/19/2018

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