Seatools gets Seaway pile template instrumentation contract

OE Staff
Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Seaway Heavy Lifting has awarded Dutch subsea technology company Seatools a contract for the design and delivery of a piling template instrumentation and control system. 

The contract includes the complete mechanical, electric, hydraulic, and software design of the pile template instrumentation and control system. Key factors that will make this project a success, such as positioning accuracy, high installation speeds, extreme robustness, and reliability in the presence of high shock loads and vibrations, closely match Seatools’ capabilities and expertise. The project is expected to be delivered in six months.

The system will be used for the offshore pile installation operations that are part of the construction of the Beatrice offshore wind farm.

Image: Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd./Seatools

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