Choosing a subsea cable termination (including Terminations Ebook)

Apr 12, 2022 2:21:52 PM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in Seismic

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You’ve selected the perfect subsea cable design for your big project, but now the question arises: Which type of cable termination should you use?

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Field Service: On-board assistance to keep cables operational – and more!

Mar 15, 2022 3:40:02 PM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Seismic

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For any valuable piece of equipment, choosing and purchasing a subsea cable system is just the beginning of a multi-year process. The equipment must be stored, maintained, deployed, and operated properly and repaired as necessary to get the most value from your investment. Above all, downtime in production due to cable problems must be avoided at all costs.

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The effects of ocean sustainability projects on designing ROV Cables

Feb 8, 2022 10:57:43 AM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in ROV Cables, Renewable Energy

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Following the transition in the energy market, a transition in the use of ROVs is also taking place. After all, fossil fuels are finite, and all kinds of ways of generating energy in a sustainable way are currently being sought. This also applies to the open sea, in the form of Ocean Sustainability Projects.

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ROV Cable Construction: laying up the opto-electrical core of your ROV umbilical cable

Feb 8, 2022 10:42:52 AM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in ROV Cables, Fields Service

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The construction of an ROV umbilical cable is specialized work. The cable must be as compact as possible, but at the same time, components must be able to remain intact while applying load to the cable and while bending and flexing the cable. How should my opto-electrical cable core be constructed to survive the high loads applied while remaining flexible? 

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When do I have to replace my subsea ROV equipment?

Feb 1, 2022 8:59:31 AM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in ROV Cables, Fields Service

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When working with ROVs and ROV cables, it is crucial that your subsea project runs as efficiently as possible. That means minimal downtime and a long life expectancy. However, knowing when your subsea ROV equipment needs to be replaced is also essential.

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Subsea Power Cable: how does an ROV Cable transfer power?

Jan 25, 2022 10:53:30 AM / by Merhawi Ghaim posted in ROV Cables, Fields Service

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ROVs are used for many different purposes. One thing these machines always have in common is that they need power to do their work. How much power is needed for these subsea connectors and whether data transmission is also required varies per subsea project, but the ROV cable must always be able to transfer some form of power. 

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Offshore cable manufacturers: what determines the price of my ROV Cable?

Jan 18, 2022 8:53:37 AM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in ROV Cables

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As an engineer, your most important goal is to ensure that your subsea project is successful and that all components work properly. However, you often have a strict budget to attend to. Therefore, it is essential to make sure you don't pay too much - or too little. Buying cheap equipment might cost you in the long run, after all.

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The Life Expectancy of Subsea Equipment: how to minimize downtime of ROV cables

Jan 11, 2022 8:54:13 AM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in ROV Cables

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When working with ROV equipment, preventing equipment downtime is crucial for a successful subsea project. This blog will highlight a few standard procedures and tips to keep your ROV cables operational at all times. 

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Offshore cable standards: How much can my ROV Cable stretch or rotate?

Jan 4, 2022 10:44:46 AM / by Matthieu Scheffers posted in ROV Cables, Fields Service

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To ensure that your ROV Cable lasts as long as possible and downtime is kept to a minimum, certain offshore cable standards must be considered. Two factors of great importance are the stretching and rotation of the cable. These natural forces greatly impact the cable, especially with long cables like ROV Cables.

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Marine Cable Manufacturers: from supplier to strategic partner

Dec 21, 2021 4:04:56 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in ROV Cables, Fields Service

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For success in any ROV project, all loose components must perfectly fit to operate together as well as possible. Each component is a small part of something bigger, and each component contributes to the success of the overall construction.

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