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"Ensuring safe recovery of personnel in a hyperbaric evacuation."
We specialise in the design, manufacture, integration and rental of offshore THOR systems, A-Frames and Launch and Recovery Systems (LARS).
Our rental THOR systems are specifically designed for Recovery of Hyperbaric Evacuation Units (SPHLs and HRCs).  We have developed many other custom Launch and Recovery Systems for offshore, subsea and submarine rescue duties.
In addition to our equipment rental offerings, we have strong capabilities in naval architecture, FEA (finite element analysis), lifting studies, stability analysis and motions studies.  These capabilities coupled with our vast experience assist in lifting appliance design for a-frames, ships davits, cranes and Launch and Recovery Systems.
Our THOR systems / A-Frames are:
  • Available globally for project based rental;
  • Specifically designed for HRC, SPHL and lifeboat recovery;
  • Provided with a Patented Winshackle System for handsfree SPHL / HRC / lifeboat Hook up;
  • Designed to control swing in accordance with IMO LSA impact requirements;
  • Easily mobilised on 2 x 40 ft flat rack containers;
  • DNV certified with design capacity of 81t; allowing high sea state recovery;
  • Certified for Man-riding / Personnel lifting;
  • Suitable for a broad range of vessels; and
  • Suitable for a broad range of marine lifting operations.
Provided with full vessel integration, including:
  • Support in vessel selection;
  • Classification Society Approval;
  • Stability, motion, structural and metocean analysis;
  • Experienced, dedicated installation team with specialist tooling; and
  • Rapid installation and removal.
 
Differentiators:
  • Designed for SPHL recovery;
  • Field proven in harsh Bass Strait conditions;
  • Fitted with our Patented Winshackle;
  • Economical project based rental;
  • Focused, agile and responsive team;
  • Equipment certified by DNV (or equivalent at client request); and
  • ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 certified by Lloyds Register.
 
Past performance:
  • Commenced in 2011, with many projects successfully completed;
  • End clients have included: Total, Woodside, Chevron, Santos, Quadrant and Origin Energy.
 
 
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