EIVA: New Winch Range

Marine Technology Reporter
Friday, November 15, 2013

The OceanEnviro range of winches for survey and deployment operations are now available to EIVA’s customers. EIVA has delivered winches for more than 30 years. As of October 2013, the winches will carry EIVA’s logo and the name OceanEnviro, as the company launches its own range of winches for survey and deployment in connection with oceanographic and hydrographic operations. OceanEnviro is designed in collaboration with Sepro Technology AS, and the range is a further development of existing Sepro Technology AS products. The OceanEnviro product range offers maximum cable lengths ranging from 600-2,700m, drum diameters from 250-480mm, and motor power from 1.5-10.4kW – just to mention a few of the options available through the five models comprising OceanEnviro.The frame and plate components are made of AISI 316 marine stainless steel, which reduces the risk of corrosion.
www.eiva.com

 

(As published in the October 2013 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - www.seadiscovery.com)

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