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Seatool’s Plug-and-Play Subsea HPU Range

Seatools offers a new range of subsea hydraulic power units (SHPUs) which come as true plug-and-play solutions.

"We believe this new product range proposes a unique offering," said Johan Sol, Business Development Manager at Seatools. "Complementing Seatools' existing line of subsea hydraulic components, with the launch of this underwater hydraulic powerpack range we grow alongside existing customers and meet the needs of new customers."

The ready-to-roll powerpacks were designed to meet the demands of today's subsea equipment and clients' configuration requirements, and come with a significant number of (integrated) hydraulic system components and functionalities. Examples are pressure compensation, filtration, controls, and instrumentation. The modular approach creates a benefit for hydraulic system integrators: a cost-efficient configuration of subsea hydraulic systems that matches the specific requirements of integrators, while pushing the limits of system compactness and reliability.

The new range is specifically designed for subsea equipment that requires uncompromising reliability, such as in subsea installation tooling and subsea dredging systems.

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Oceaneering's electric work class eNovus ROV with handheld tooling interface.

UUV Manipulators: Get a Grip

While much focus on resident subsea vehicles has been about the vehicles, there’s also been a lot of focus behind the scenes on creating electric tooling.

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Maritime Sapphire Optics for Subsea Apps

Meller Optics has introduced a broad range of custom manufactured sapphire lenses, windows, and domes for use in submersibles and other deep water undersea applications.

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Hydroid Delivers to U.S. Navy

Hydroid delivered the first REMUS 300 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) prototype to the U.S. Navy through the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), a new, modular UUV will be assessed