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There are many factors involved in how much subsea hydraulic related applications are able to grow and increase in usefulness in the marine related industries. For example, key considerations are how long they can be kept in use without there needing to be maintenance performed or costly repairs and engineering undertaken. How safe are they for both the ocean and for people? How can the harsh environment be overcome for industries to achieve their goals?
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Global demand is not easing up when it comes to farming vital resources that are found in subsea environments. In fact, industries have now begun to expand their efforts and are putting more energy and effort into devising machines that are capable of delivering what is required.
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Hydraproducts provides subsea hydraulics to a number of businesses in the oil and gas industries. Our marine related products are designed to resist water ingress, water pressure of deep sea and corrosion caused by salt water.
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Subsea hydraulic components have long been used for marine and deep sea applications. Even in the 1970’s large machines had started to use the first hydraulic components to help with underwater activities for industries such as oil and gas.
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When it comes to reliable power sources for subsea production systems, our hydraulic power units have been recognised as some of the best. We design, manufacture and test all of our systems in house and on site to deliver a collection of products that make it possible to meet all standards for a variety of subsea pressure systems and control systems.
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The oil and gas industry use remote operated vehicles (ROV) to perform pipeline and cable operations on the ocean floor. The main benefit of this is that humans don’t need to go thousands of meters before the surface of the sea where the pressure is dangerously high. Already the pressure can be a challenge for engineers of these subsea hydraulic operated systems.
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Launch and Recovery System (LARS) What is it? The “A” Frame section is moved from the inboard stowed position to the outboard launch position by Hydraulic Luffing Cylinders. The hydraulic luffing cylinders are controlled and operated from a central control point on the “A” Frame base, where all the individual proportional control valves are located, including the controls for winches.
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