International Submarine Engineering To Supply HYSUB ROV to Japan

By Caroline Rees / 13 Jul 2012

SNK’s 150HP 3000 M depth HAKUYO ROV

International Submarine Engineering Ltd is pleased to announce a contract to build another HYSUB Remotely Operated System (ROV) for SNK Ocean Co Ltd, a Japanese marine services company based out of Tokyo, Japan. SNK will be provided with a 100HP ROV with depth capability to 2000 meters.

This 100HP ROV with TMS joins several other ISE ROVs that SNK has in its fleet. The ROV will be outfitted to perform tasks that will assist biological studies. SNK enhances its services with an ROV that will include six thrusters – four forward and two vertical, support for six lights, eight cameras, Imagenex sonar, collection basket with hydraulic door with the skid, tether management system, and ISE’s control system, ACE.

Vehicle delivery is scheduled for March, 2013.

In 2010, ISE provided SNK with a 150HP 3000M  depth HAKUYO ROV, together with a custom designed jet skid for cable burial operations.  SNK’s fleet of ISE ROVs, renamed HAKUYO, cover all operations required for the company, including cable burial, salvage, research and survey, making SNK one of Japan’s largest full service subsea equipment and service suppliers.

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