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  • 06/27/16--15:28: ROV video
  • You should contact http://www.tritech.co.uk/ for technical support.

    They are the ones who designed Seanet.

    People at Seabotix could help also.

    Cheers,
    E.

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    Can you provide pictures of the valve?
    Is it a 1/4 turn valve?
    What do you mean the indicator has malfunctioned?
    Was it broken off?
    How deep is it?
    Perhaps a Diver could go have a look?

    I know of Subsea x-ray system for pipeline flaw detection. Have a look at this: http://www.oceaneering.com/oceandocuments/brochures/inspection/INS%20-%20Subsea%20Digitial%20Radiography.pdf

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    Hi Andree,
    The Deep Trekker DTG2 products may fit what you are looking for. They are entirely portable with internal batteries, providing 6-8 hours of use with a 90 minute charge. Lightweight but proven in tough ocean environments. Here is the link to the specific page, https://www.deeptrekker.com/dtg2/

    The DTG2 Worker package has a grabber arm and 100 meters of tether. https://www.deeptrekker.com/product/dtg2-worker/

    Let me know if you have any other questions!

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    The deep trekker is a unique product and suits many requirements (and users) well

    However,

    Be sure to understand the way the system manouvers as it is NOT conventional

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    Yea, it took me a while to find out how they can control it with just 2 thrusters Very Happy

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    This requirement came in today and was posted 01/07/2016 .

    Trainee Rov Pilot / Tec Required location Baku . The URL is http://www.rigzone.com/oil/jobs/postings/902066_ROV_Pilot_-_Technician_Trainee/

    Contact details for the agency looking for the personnel is Fircroft .

    Block 17, Office S05,
    Dubai Knowledge Village,
    Dubai, UAE
    Tel: +971 (0) 45516066
    Fax: + 971 (0) 45516067
    Email: dubai@fircroft.com - See more at: http://www.fircroft.com/fircroft-uae-locations#sthash.BFTh6j9h.dpuf

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    Hello,

    I am interest in the ROV.

    Can I make an offer?

    Best Regards,

    UWG

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  • 07/02/16--16:23: SeaBotix LBV150 ROV, $11000
  • Hello

    Is this ROV still available?

    Best Regards,

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  • 07/03/16--16:31: SeaBotix LBV150 ROV, $11000
  • Do you have any piccies?

    Regards

    Andy

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    Hello,
    We like to buy a mini ROV for amateur underwater archaeology research.
    We don`t care about the age, heave usage or minor repairs. Just the ROV is not too heavy (not over 50kg)
    Our minimum requirement would be:
    Depth: 75m
    Tether: 100m
    Weight: >50kg
    Grabber would be perfect
    Our budget is 3 – 5.000€
    If it is possible to find something with our small budget would be great.
    Please check if you can sell your old ROV and offer all you have ?

    Thanks a lot
    Andree

    Contact: a.gothe@gmail.com

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    JOB REF: ST16-1419 - EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS AND SUPERVISORS
    Start Date: Circa 1st August 2016
    Duration: 3 / 4 Weeks - Strong possibility of further rotations
    Location: Germany
    Project Activity: Trenching Operations
    Equipment: Trenching ROV
    Certification: Bosiet/Foet, OGUK Medical and relevant Trade Certification

    If you are interested in the above post and feel you have the necessary experience, please call @+44 (0)1429 868543 or submit your application to jobs@seatechs.com

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    I believe fugro in aberdeen is going through a second set of redundancies with up to 65 going.

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    Hello,
    We like to buy a mini ROV for amateur underwater archaeology research.
    We don`t care about the age, heave usage or minor repairs. Just the ROV is not too heavy (not over 50kg)
    Our minimum requirement would be:
    Depth: 75m
    Tether: 100m
    Weight: >50kg
    Grabber would be perfect
    Our budget is 3 – 5.000€
    If it is possible to find something with our small budget would be great.
    Please check if you can sell your old ROV and offer all you have ?

    Thanks a lot
    Andree

    Contact: a.gothe@gmail.com[/color]

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  • 07/10/16--18:27: What future?
  • Hi guys,

    What do you think, what future do we have in ROV industry? I didn't work for the whole year, I just spent the last money to update my offshore certificates but there is no work. It's high season and no work at all. No calls, no messages - nothing. Stone dead Sad
    Of course, I'm sending my CV to agencies and operators but all that I have is "Thank for your CV".
    I have over 1000 hours but, actually, I'm ready to work for trainee salary as my children want to eat.
    Would the industry grow in the nearest future (I mean one year period) or it's better to forget and to find something onshore for much less money?

    I understand that there is no new projects for drilling, pre-engeneering survey and so on, but it should be IRM work for O&G industry, it should be some work for wind farms...

    P.S. Please, advise, do they have any IRM work with ROV for wind farms? As I worked only for cable-laying for the wind industry and didn't hear anything about IRM for wind farms.

    Thanks and good luck to all!

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  • 07/12/16--17:22: What future?
  • Your situation is very similar to the majority of people that have been working in the ROV industry

    The number of new offshore positions will probably be few and far between (if at all)

    Those that are still working are most likely on existing contracts or simply the 'best person'

    I would look for an alternative industry or start an online and/or physical business

    Renewing certification is probably a waste of money (a gamble at best)

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    Shipping next month: https://www.bluerobotics.com/store/rov/bluerov2/

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    Have you sold this unit? I am interested. Please email details to richhewson@gmail.com

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  • 07/17/16--16:54: ROV video
  • You should contact http://www.tritech.co.uk/ for technical support.

    They are the ones who designed Seanet.

    People at Seabotix could help also.

    Cheers,
    E.

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  • 07/18/16--17:05: Tetra ROV
  • Hi, The ROV sounds great. I am very interested in the offer. I just sent you an email.

    Best,
    Frank

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  • 07/18/16--17:05: Tether for sale Norway
  • http://www.finn.no/58626118 for moren info.


    21mmOD Storm Teledyne
    Aprox 300m 800 kg strengt.
    12multimode fiber. "4x10 cupper leads", "3x2.5 cupper leads" "2x TWP".

    Bids are welcome. Buyer arrange shipping.

    Terje@hansen.net

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