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Sonsub Purchases Perry Tritech ROV

Perry Tritech, Inc. of Jupiter, Fla., has announced the sale of Triton No. 27 heavy work Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to Sonsub International, Inc. of Houston, Texas. Developed to support Shell Offshore Inc.'s Alliance For Deepwater Remote Intervention Tasks, the 2,500-MSW, 75- hp Triton provides 3,000 kg through frame lift, 300-kg wet payload, a single 75-hp HPU, six channels of simultaneous live video and 12 channels of data transmitted on optical fiber.

Triton 27 will be equipped with two manipulator arms and a full suite of advanced sensors and video equipment. Besides the ROV, the system ordered by Sonsub includes Perry's heavy lift 300 Class Tether Management System (TMS), work van, control van and winch/LARS assembly. Perry Tritech, a member of the Coflexip Stena Offshore Group, supplies ROVs for the offshore industry, specializing in the manufacture, service and support of both standard and special ROV systems.

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