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Splash Zone Access Solutions

Remotely operated access solutions for inspection and modification services

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Saturday, August 29, 2020 - 20:45

OceanTech has developed unique solutions for accessing the challenging Splash Zone at marine installations like oil & gas platforms, offshore wind farms etc.

OceanTech involves remotely operated access solutions with or without robotic arms. All solutions are launched from the topside. This allows for reduced costs and removes the need for support vessels, ROVs and divers. OceanTechs technology operates from a fixed position relative to the working area, which makes the technology well suited for close inspections, NDT and any type of repair or modification work.


Able to do detailed work in the Splash Zone by stable positioning of robotic arm
Remotely operated tools
Reduced HSE impact; no need for ROVs or divers
No need for support- or lifting-vessels
Small crew can handle the operation
Cost reduction
Hardly no notice of the effect of waves and underwater currents on the access arm movement
Due to variety in design and tasks, modifications to the tooling is often required


Areas of Application Splashzone and underwater structures.
ATEX certified Zone 1 for topside equipment.
Automation Remotely operated tools.
Capabilities Cleaning, inspection, repair and modification for Splash Zone and underwater structures.
Compliance Norsok standards.
Documentation Digitalized
Patents Unique technology.
Preparation Due to variety in design and tasks, modifications to the tooling is often required.
Safe operating No need for ROVs or divers.

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About OceanTech

OceanTech is a Norwegian company specialised in Splash Zone operations. The company has more than 12 years experience in development of remotely operated tools and execution projects.

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