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ROV Manipulator service & repair

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ROV manipulator service & repair

Clients trust J2 Subsea to service and repair the key parts of their ROV systems based on an established reputation for quality and reliability of service in this area that is second to none.

The reliability of ROVs and associated systems is crucial to the success of subsea operations.

In dedicated workshop facilities J2 Subsea service and repair advanced ROV manipulators: service, repair and refurbish ROV tooling (such as HPUs, cutters, jetters, pumps and camera booms) and manage the repair and refurbishment of recovery grabs, ROV skids and survey skids.

This offering also includes sales and repair services for Imenco 3-finger manipulator jaws and develop and supply manipulator intelligent valve packs and controllers using Fathom Systems (the preferred control systems supplier) products, including the IVP intelligent valve pack and IVP torque tool controller.

Delivered by J2 Subsea

J2 Subsea is involved in the rental, maintenance and repair of ROV manipulator arms and associated ROV tooling and equipment.

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