For unexploded ordnance Subsea Vision add another Cougar

Associations, Marine Equipment Products and Services, Oceanology, Underwater Shipping — By on July 31, 2015 at 1:23 PM

SAABEYE 31072015Subsea Vision has added a fourth Saab Seaeye Cougar XT to its fleet.

The 2000 metre-rated Cougar is to assist in unexploded ordnance (UXO) disposal.

The ROV is used to locate and identify UXOs, which can include excavating the seabed to see the objects more clearly. The Cougar then lays a charge alongside the UXO, ready for remote detonation from the surface Explosive Ordnance
Disposal (EOD) Officer.

If there is a risk that items nearby could be damaged, the UXO is removed by the ROV for disposal elsewhere.

By safely disposing ordnance the Cougar performs a vital role in the pre-construction of wind farms, and also during cable routing.

Chris Bryant, managing director of Subsea Vision,  says they chose another Cougar XT TMS due to the Cougar’s proven reliability, performance and adaptability.

“To maintain commonality of equipment throughout our ROV fleet, Saab Seaeye is an obvious and vital choice for us. The Saab Seaeye support to our management within Subsea Vision is excellent.”

The addition of a further Cougar to their fleet comes from expanded opportunities made possible since the company joined James Fisher & Sons Plc and linked with James Fisher Subsea Services.

Chris Bryant sees the widespread capability of the Cougar fleet continuing to spread Subsea Vision’s role across other group members and being able to offer their ROV services as an ‘ROV service supplier company’ to other companies within the oil, gas and renewable markets.

The success of the Cougar XT concept comes from developments in drive and power technology that have created an ROV with over 50% more thrust in all directions, offering the highest thrust-toweight ratio in its class.

Its large payload, dedicated tooling supply and flexible tool-skids allow the Cougar XT to handle a wide choice of powerful tooling for an extensive range

Subsea Vision provides ROV services for underwater surveys, inspection, construction and diver support in offshore oil and gas, hydropower and marine civil engineering industries.

Saab Seaeye is the world’s largest manufacturer of electric ROVs, and now includes Saab’s underwater vehicle range of tethered, autonomous and hybrid underwater vehicle systems for the defence industry.  of missions.

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