SeaTrepid Adds Two Comanche ROVs

SeaDiscovery.com
Friday, April 26, 2013
Photo: SeaTrepid

SeaTrepid International, LLC, added two 3,000 meter Sub-AtlanticTM Comanche Light Work Class Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) to its fleet of 37 Observation, Mid Class and Light Work Class ROVs. 

The Comanche comes complete with A-frame Launch and Recovery Systems, 20 hp Hydraulic Power Unit and over 9,000 feet of main lift umbilical. With its 15 kw/20 hp HPU, the SeaTrepid Comanche ROV system provides exceptional tooling capabilities and has been designed for the following tasks among others: 

•Construction IRM – cleaning, cutting, jetting, dredging and NDT applications
•Drill/Rig/Completion Support
•Well Intervention – AX/VX gasket change out, BOP shutdown, hot stab operations, Class 1-4 torque tools
•Survey – Pipe and cable tracking, single and dual head multi-beam sonars, sub-bottom profiling, pipe profile sonars, leak sensor

Additionally, when compared with hydraulic work-class systems, the Comanche provides important customer benefits with regard to capital and operational expenditure, simplicity of use and requires less deck space. 

Bob Christ, SeaTrepid’s President and founder said, “The acquisition of these two 3,000m  Comanches reflects SeaTrepid’s commitment to meeting our customer’s growing  deep water intervention needs.  The Comanche has proven itself to be a dependable and extremely capable ROV system and we are pleased to add this deepwater capability to our current ROV fleet.”

www.seatrepid.com

 

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