Offshore Equipment

PRESSURE CHAMBER

Pressure chamber designed to carry divers on the pressure up to 6 bars. Pressurize and decompression on divers, planned instructive diving for diver and treating diseases cause by deep diving are some of the application of this system. The other types of recompression chambers are designed for medical cares , which can be helpful for variety of illnesses such as: burn recovery , sore muscles, medical injuries and etc.

PRESSURE CHAMBER

PRESSURE CHAMBER

 1 PERSON2 PERSON6 PERSON12 PERSON
medical chamber
Overall Length2245 mm2720 mm4180 mm7000 mm
Interior Diameter450-600 mm1200 mm600 mm1500 mm
Entrance Diameter550 mm600 mm800 mm800 mm
Overall Height1062 mm1062 mm1670 mm2400 mm
Overall Volume380 lit1700 lit5800 lit11800 lit
MaterialAluminium AlloyAluminium AlloyCarbon SteelCarbon Steel
Weight148 kg550 kg3650 kg13000 kg

AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE (AUV)

An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) is a robot that travels underwater without requiring input from an operator. AUVs constitute part of a larger group undersea systems known as unmanned underwater vehicles that can operate in deep and shallow water. In summary the AUV float mission is:

-Preparing films , photographs and geographic maps of the seabed and ocean floor,

-inspection of shore and offshore structures and platforms

-visiting the hull and spillway of the dams

-Visit water storage tanks

-Nuclear Reactor inspection

-inspecting inside pipelines with Large Diameters

-Searching for submarines, aircraft ship and other sunken objects.

If AUV equipped to the mechanical arm it is possible to perform sampling and transfer of objects from the seabed perform drilling operations, and carry out construction operations.

AUV

AUV

Length185 cm
Weight30-40 kg
Items To Carry– camera
– navigation equipment
– sonar detection
Data Detectionby acoustic and video and flash memory
Speed3-10 knot

THRUSTER

Thruster is an independent propulsion system which is mounted on various vessels, including ships, small submarines, AUV & ROV, and recreational submarines. Thruster types:

-Electric axial thrusters

-Rim driven electric thrusters

-Electro magnetic thrusters

THRUSTER

THRUSTER

Thrust150-200 kgf
Input Power8-10 kw
Speed Of Propeller0-1200 rpm
Voltage Input150-200 v
Weight80 kg
Depth Rating100 m
Max Diameter Nozzle500 mm
Length800 mm
Current0-75 a

DIVER CHARIOT

A diver propulsion vehicle (DPV), is an item of driving equipment used by scuba divers to increase range underwater. Range is restricted by the amount breathing gas that can be carried, the rate at which that breathing gas is consumed, and the battery power of the DPV. Time limits imposed on the driver by decompression requirements may also limit safe range in practice. DPVs designed to utilized in different conditions and depths, they use different power and are produced a various speeds and have recreational, scientific and military applications.

DIVER CHARIOT

DIVER CHARIOT

Max. Capacity2 people
Max. Operational Depth50 m
Max. Speed3 knot
Endurance15 km

MARINE DIESEL ENGINES

BMD 900

BMD 900

NameBMD 900
Engine6 cyl. in line
Bore128 mm
Stroke155 mm
Engine Displacement12 lit
Max Power @ 2600 rpm622 kw
Max @ 2150 rpm2500 Nm
Compression Ratio14.8
Control SystemECU
Direction (from fly. view)CCW
Dry Weight1300 kg
Using Voltage24 v
Power900 hp

BMI 4000

BMI 4000

NameBMI 4000
Cylinders16 cyl. v 60
Rated Speed1050 rpm
Rated Power4250 hp
Bore215 mm
Stroke275 mm
Length5575 mm
Width2173 mm
Height2816 mm
Direction Of RotationCCW
Dry Weight20300 kg
Engine Volume160 lit
Compression Rate13.4
Piston Mean Speed9.6 m/s
Mean Effective Pressure22.6 bar

BMI G380

BMI G380

NameBMI G380
Generator typeMeccalte – Eco40
Standby/rpm380 kva
Prime Power / continuous running at 1500 rpm343 kva
Dry Weight2420 kg
Overall Dimensions2480*1200*1560 mm

D87

D87

NameD87
Max. Power1300 kw
Displacement38017 lit
Rated Speed2070 rpm
Cylinder12 v type
Dry Weight3700 kg