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PSS provide high-tech solution for Sistac's Venture into new territory
Marine diving and construction specialist Sistac has chosen Perry Slingsby Systems (PSS) to provide their first workclass ROV system for deployment on a range of projects within Brazil’s challenging deepwater terrain.
The leading supplier of remotely operated technologies PSS will deliver a Triton XLX 39 system capable of operating in depths of up to 3,050m in Q3 of 2009. It will be deployed from Sistac’s base in Itaborai, Rio de Janeiro, to support subsea activities for Petrobras.
The Triton XLX 39 features a Dynacon launch and recovery system, A-60 rated control van, multi-image video wall and next generation ICE (Integrated Controls Engine) real time control system plus state of the art graphical diagnostics.
PSS is a member of Triton Group which is an international group of businesses offering a range of control system based products and systems with complimentary services. Products include the widest range of market leading electric and hydraulic ROVs for inspection, survey and light intervention applications through to deepwater heavy construction applications.
John Rhodes, VP - General Manager of PSS, said: “The TXLX 39 is ideal as a platform for remote intervention operations and will provide a quality and reliable solution to Sistac’s subsea requirements. Already an established name in their field, we are delighted they have chosen PSS to make their first entry into the workclass market.
“Once again PSS has demonstrated its ability to develop and deliver innovative and practical solutions which exceed client requirements and expectations. As always, we value the loyalty of repeat customers and welcome the faith placed in us by our new customers.”
With a breadth and depth of capability Triton Group comprises of eleven companies specialising in the design, development, manufacture, sale and rent of remotely operated technologies and their systems’ components, the group also offers engineering support, training and the supply of qualified technical personnel.
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