DV Katrine is referred to as a “Swiss Army knife” in terms of her use in our aquaculture department. She was delivered the summer of 2019 to ensure rapid mobilization and high quality deliverance of subsea services to fish farm installations. On board she features the most advanced diving systems available on the market, built in high-pressure unit, ROV and Dynamic Positioning technology.
DV Line was our first vessel investment. She has served us very well and has proven to be a great companion in rough conditions – for example she was assigned in a three month long project during the Norwegian wintertime, with temperatures as low as -25 degrees Celsius. DV Line is built for offshore conditions and has been equipped with high standard equipment – making her a versatile asset in many kinds of operations.
Internally called “the mothership” due to its size (Length: 15 meters, width: 5 meters). DV Thea features three high quality dive systems, a built in hydraulic crane and spacious facilities – both on-deck and in the cabin. External project personnel can monitor the diving operation from the downstairs saloon where we have installed screens showing the dive. DV Thea is capable of 24/7 activities.
Our dive control containers features state-of-the art dive panels and systems approved by IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association). We use advanced depth and video monitoring systems recording all parameters and footage of the dive.
The stations are self-sufficient with their own compressor and tool shop making 24/7 operations possible. With everything packed into 20ft standardized container sizes the units are easily loaded and shipped to wherever needed – worldwide if necessary.
Remotely Operated Vehicles can act as an inspection substitute to traditional diving, reducing or replacing the need for a diver in the water. Deployable on short notice, and with few people involved, it serves as an effective alternative to inspections where hands-on work is not needed.
Techno Dive uses custom made ROVs with more thrusters (8 individual) and a higher quality camera than most factory bought ones. It features gadgets like depth hold (steady position on chosen depth), auto stabilizer, grapple and a 1080 full HD camera.
Dry habitats and cofferdam solutions can be applied when a subsea construction has a need for a dry repair. This method of making a dry environment below sea level can reduce the need for docking and can serve as a viable and less costly option.
We design and engineer all kinds of dry-habitats. We also have a number of fabricated habitats in our warehouse, suitable for use on general areas. The modules are always strength tested and certified for the purpose prior to use.