Our ROV fleet includes work class and inspection systems fit for applications from routine to extreme. As the industry evolves, so do we—our ROVs comply with API intervention standards and are rated for deep waters.
Heavy Work Class ROVs
From deep water depths to extreme lifting requirements, our heavy work class ROVs increase efficiency and decrease downtime.
Our high-power, heavy work class ROV system meets the API Standard 53 requirements for BOP intervention. With heavily increased tooling capabilities, the NEXXUS ROV is designed to meet next-generation intervention requirements.
The cage-deployed Maxximum ROV is a dual-manipulator, 270-hp work class ROV system. An enhanced thruster configuration provides center lift capacity of nearly 3,000 lb, and forward pivoted bollard lift capacity in excess of 1,800 lb.
Millennium® Plus ROV
This powerful ROV features a dual-manipulator, 220-hp work class system with an enhanced thruster configuration that increases lift capacity by more than 50% compared with the standard Millennium ROV system.
Magnum® Plus ROV
The powerful Magnum Plus ROV delivers enhanced flight control in a smaller package. Reliable and easily maintained, it provides a 170-hp, high-thrust, tophat- or cage-deployed system designed for subsea intervention and deepwater tooling.
Work Class ROVs
The latest electric propulsion technology reduces the environmental impact of our work class ROVs.
The compact work class eNovus ROV is the newest addition to our fleet and is powered by an environmentally conscious, 150-kVA electric (235-hp hydraulic equivalent) propulsion system. This vehicle maintains work class manipulator capabilities via a dedicated hydraulic circuit.
Observation and Inspection ROVs
Our deepwater-rated ROVs enable reliable completion of subsea survey operations.
Omni Maxx ROV
The Omni Maxx ROV is a true deepwater observation and inspection system that operates independently and provides high-definition images of subsea environments. The system consists of the ROV and a tether-management module with up to 820 ft (250 m) of tether cable.
Sea Maxx ROV
The Sea Maxx satellite ROV is designed and built to work in tandem with work class ROVs at depths up to 14,400 fsw (4,400 msw). The system enables inspection of difficult-to-reach and confined areas, and is deployed from a separate housing welded beneath the work class ROV.
The cage-deployed Spectrum ROV represents a new generation in our fleet of light electric work class ROVs with deepwater capabilities up to 9,800 fsw (3,000 msw). This reliable, low-maintenance ROV has a small footprint and high thrust, and is ideally suited for light intervention.