• Centurion Group
  • 21/11/2010

Seanic Ocean Systems' Subsea Drill supports the decommissioning and salvage market

Houston, Texas- Seanic Ocean Systems has developed a subsea drill to support the growing platform decommissioning and salvage market worldwide.

Seanic Ocean Systems combines innovative technology with standard ROV interface capabilities. Andy Guinn, VP of Operations said, “The drill is hydraulically powered and operated through the ROV’s valve pack and allows for the option to be mounted either by magnet or sticky feet (vacuum created from suction cups). The drill was developed to cut holes into any flat or tubular surfaces as small as a 10" diameter. It will accept up to a 4" diameter annular cutter and has a stroke of over 13" while cutting through steel or grout.”

Seanic Ocean Systems reports the successful delivery of two units and anticipates as the salvage market continues to grow the popularity of this subsea drilling tool will grow as well.

About Seanic Ocean Systems
Seanic Ocean Systems is based in Houston, Texas and was formed to address the growing demand for simple, rugged and reliable subsea tooling for remote intervention. Our ability to provide innovative solutions for remote problems comes from our employees’ years of experience in the subsea industry. Along with engineered solutions, Seanic also offers experience in the design, manufacturing, storage, repair and maintenance of subsea products. Seanic provides a worldwide standard product line of ROV tooling that includes: torque tools, FLOT’s, standard and zero leak hot stabs, manifolds, buckets, and ROV interface panels. Seanic’s facility is ideally suited to provide an effective team-based environment for meeting customer’s needs. 

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