Safety in Subsea Lifting
The NEW 25t ROV Hook is now available due to popular demand of the 10t hook. The 25t hook offers a range of developments, with the higher WLL opening up new areas of application possibilities.
Twin trigger mechanism: The hook only opens when both locking mechanisms are pressed simultaneously.
Ultimate safety: Accidental opening of the hook and loss of load is impossible
Subsea construction often requires specialised and expensive equipment to be safely lowered to the seabed and accurately positioned for installation in a reliable and cost effective way. Over the years there have been many incidents involving hooks in the offshore industry. The two most common incidents are snagging of hooks and unintentional release of the rigging from the hooks, also known as shedding.
The RUD ROV Hook has been designed to offer a product that not only meets the operational safety standards but also the speed of use requirements the industry faces, thus reducing time penalties and increased costs.
The RUD ROV Hook features an innovative outwards opening safety latch and a patented mechanism with only two moving parts.
The design has been tried and tested on real life subsea operations and offers a greatly enhanced degree of load security compared to traditional ‘Snap Hooks’. During testing it became clear that the RUD ROV Hook can be easily operated by a single manipulator, which significantly speeds up operations.
The RUD ROV Hook offers a safe, versatile and robust hook for subsea use. The hook is currently available as a 10 & 25 tonne working load limit capacity hook and offers a safety factor of 4:1. It is 100% crack tested and can withstand a dynamic loading of more than 20,000 load cycles according to European Standard EN 1677. Watch the ROV Hook in action below.
The hook is easy to use with ROV’s and by hand which helps to reduce operation times and cost. It is being met by the industry with great enthusiasm and helping to achieve exceptional safety standards in Subsea lifting. Contact us directly for further information.
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