Anchor & SEPLA fabrication & installation
An InterMoor-patented innovation, the SELPA (suction embedded plate anchors) is the unique combination of two proven anchoring concepts – suction piles and plate anchors.
At a significantly smaller size than a suction pile, the SEPLA manages to increase the anchor point efficiency of pre-set moorings and reduce mooring system costs for floating structures, at a fraction of the cost.
When InterMoor introduced its patented SELPA system in 1997, it was a revolutionary concept in deepwater mooring. The combination of two proven anchoring concepts – suction piles and plate anchors – to increase the anchor point efficiency of pre-set moorings and reduce mooring system costs for floating structures.
With a proven track record in many regions of the world, from the Gulf of Mexico to West Africa and Asia Pacific, the SEPLA can be used for both temporary and permanent moorings.
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InterMoor designs, supplies and deploys technically advanced mooring systems and provides rig-move and back-of-the-boat installation services worldwide.
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