Improving the performance and cutting the cost of deploying work-class ROVs – two key priorities for manufacturers and operators of remotely-operated vehicles, both of which DeRegt is addressing with its new cable solutions.
You know DeRegt as a leading manufacturer of high-end cable solutions. But did you know DeRegt also offers a full cradle to grave field service? This means you can get your cables promptly serviced by their original manufacturer.
DeRegt works with each individual client to provide the perfect cable solution for their specific requirements. Each cable system by DeRegt is custom-made and this does not only apply to the cables themselves, but the terminations as well.
The EU aims to reduce dependency on imports of raw materials. Large quantities of raw materials can be found in deep sea Polymetallic Nodules. Polymetallic Nodules contain relatively high concentrations of Nickel, Copper and Cobalt.
Cables are one of the most important parts of a system in different industrial applications. It’s essential that work-class ROV operators purchase these cables from a high-quality cable manufacturer.
We are proud to present our new product video, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at how we create world-leading cable solutions for clients all over the world, from our base in the Krimpen aan de Lek, the Netherlands.
All you need to know about the design considerations for your perfect cable solution. What is the link between system requirements, cable requirements and cable designs?
Any object that moves through liquid is subject to hydrodynamic forces. When towing, these forces will exert themselves on ropes and cables, as well as the towed body itself, thereby limiting speed and depth.
We design every cable termination specifically for each project. This means we always try to find the perfect solution for the connection between the cable and the client interfaces.
Why is it important to involve your cable supplier early in the development of your new product or equipment? At DeRegt we often see customers who have succeeded in developing a great system, but who simply forget to think of the cables involved, or underestimate the complexity of them.