The eROV is GREEN; without the use of hydraulic oil, the eROV is not reliant on nature-harming substances.
Energy Subsea operates and maintains an impressive fleet of ROVs. Our newest addition, designed & made in-house, is completely innovative & is at the forefront of modernization. The eROV models range from 50HP to 350HP; they have electrical propeller systems and, if need be, HPU systems for interface tooling. The eROV is fully prepared to be used as a ROV managed & maneuvered from a remote location. The eROV can be installed on a platform in the arctic sea, and be operated from our control room in USA, as an example.
Energy Subsea ROV fleet:
• Astrix 75 to 250Hp
• eROV 50 to 350Hp
• Mini Astrix 45 to 75Hp
• Triton ROV system
• Comanche ROV system
• Mohawk ROV system
• Mojave ROV System
• Falcon ROV System
• Jetting & dredging system's 125 to 3500Hp
The RTS-3000 is the ultimate workhorse of the seabed.
RTS-3000: a powerful, free flying ROV. Choosing the RTS 3000 ensures your seabed products & installations are not harmed by heavy equipment.
The RTS 3000 offers reliability, with a built-in GRP, a non-corrosive open frame filled with
RTS 3000 Specifications
Protect the coastline; make sure the EPT tool is available to prevent another oil-spill catastrophe.
The Energy Subsea EPT tool is a series of 'Nodes' that can be clamped onto the side of any ship or platform. When attached, the EPT tool will penetrate the hull and start pumping oil, fuel, or other chemicals over to a safe storage vessel. Our EPT tool will be critical in avoiding an oil-spill catastrophe within your company.
The EPT tool is attached to the ship's hull under the water line; this enables the tool to be used at an early stage to salvage a ship in distress, or to drain its cargo - Even when the weather conditions are at their worst, there will be calm under the waterline.
The tool can also be used on shipwrecks that have settled on seabed, as deep a 3000meters below the surface.
The EPT tool also has a feature whereby it can be used as attachment for underwater tug-lines. This can be a helpful feature in some cases, especially where the ship needs to be 'lifted' off of a rock, or when it's hard to get a tug-line onboard for other reasons.
Our EPT tool could be critical in avoiding another oil-spill catastrophe, such as this terrible accident:>