Multi Purpose Handling Systems (MPHS) have been developed for use with a wide variety of subsea tools, they are designed, constructed and tested according to DNV's Standard For Certification Of Lifting Appliances No 2.22 October 2008
These systems enable a safe and cost effective solution to both module handling and Moonpool ROV handling.
A complete skidding system is supplied that provides a storage and rail system to transport the tools into the MPHS. Storage slots are modular allowing additional sections to be added, the tools are moved using a hydraulic push / pull unit.
Subsea Innovations track record includes basic tower and skid systems to the full turnkey solution including remote controls, automated sheave positional system, subsea camera and total active heave compensation (AHC) system
A system for protecting subsea tools and templates from potential damage caused by vessel Dynamic Positioning run-off. The use of a "weak link" has become a client specified requirement on the majority of operations involving template intervention.
The Emergency Pull-off Connector (EPC) is a mechanical coupling operated by ROV, designed for a safe working load of 50Te. When the connector is set into "shear mode" it will disconnect at the required load.