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Romica Use at Sea

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Ian McFarlane

on 7 November 2014

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Romica Use at Sea
Deep Ocean Mooring
Recovery Winch

Traction Winch

Typical Auxiliary Winch
Capacity: 30-100 metres;
Line Pull at 1st lay: 1500 - 6000 Kgf;
Nominal Line Speed: 30-60 m/min
Brake holding: 1.5 x line pull barrel;
Operating pressure: 180 bar;
Flow: 60 lpm

Typical Umbilical Equipment
Capacity: 100-500 metres;
Line Pull at 1st lay: 3000 - 6000 Kgf;
Nominal Line Speed: 30-60 m/min
Brake holding: 1.5 x line pull barrel;
Operating pressure: 207 bar;
Flow: 65 lpm

Typical Side Scan Winch
Capacity: 1500-6000 metres;
Line Pull at 1st lay: 1500-3500 Kgf;
Nominal Line Speed: 90 m/min;
Brake holding: 1.5 x line pull barrel;
Operating pressure: 207 bar;
Flow: 120 lpm;
Lebus shell fitted drums

Typical Streamer Winch
Capacity: 2000-12000 metres;
Line Pull at 1st lay: 5000 Kgf;
Nominal Line Speed: 60 m/min
Brake holding: 1.5 x line pull barrel; Operating pressure: 207 bar;
Flow: 102 lpm

Over Stern
Handling
Booms

Typical Handling Booms
Capacity: 5000 Kgf;
Nominal Line Speed: 30 metres; Operating pressure: 207 bar;
Flow: 80 lpm;
Control voltage for DCV: 24v

Geotechnical
Winches
ROV
Operations

A Frames and LARS for all classes of ROVs
Seismic Surveys
Float Handling Systems
Deep Ocean
Mooring Recovery

Oceanographic

Surveys

Geotechnical Surveys
Typical Coring Winch
Capacity: 500-3000 metres;
Line Pull at 1st lay: 5000 Kgf;
Nominal Line Speed: 60 m/min;
Hagglund freewheeling;
Brake holding: 1.5 x line pull barrel;
Operating pressure: 207 bar;
Flow: 100 lpm;
Free fall system

HPC CPT Winches
(cone penetration testing)

Array
Handling Systems

Z-Frames
The first port of call for the provision of handling equipment to the subsea measurement, monitoring and visualisation market
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