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LAUNCH & RECOVERY SYSTEMS TS WEIGHT PREFERRED BUSINESS APPROACH


Their preferred approach is to have significant customer involvement at project definition before tailoring a back-catalogue of evolved and field-proven designs to suit those requirements, inventing anything truly new along the way. This provides greater customer satisfaction than trying to second-guess a particular customer’s need or sell the same standard ‘black box’ to everyone. Hence most sales are technical sales.


LAUNCH AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS (LARS) PIONEERS


From the late 1970’s they were a pioneer of LARS for ROVs (Remote Operated Vehicles) and hard-suits, and have made more than 120 Work Class ROV LARS to date. These compact systems are ‘fully integrated’ where Lawsons solve all integration issues in the design rather than the customer having to solve them when he buys a spread of different suppliers equipment. LARS are split between ‘specials’ and ‘products’, range from 1-16Te SWL (load lifted from the deck), to handle 100-8000m of cable usually 6-150mm, and all operate to Sea State 6 or higher. These products are sold world-wide.


ACCESS SYSTEMS


Man-access systems for maintenance support are another area repeatedly visited both onshore and offshore, with electric, hydraulic and pneumatic drives offered. Much of this work requires a compact design to fit an existing space.


GREEN ENERGY SECTOR EXPERIENCE Other than ROV LARS, previous work for the green energy sector includes HPU and wing lift system on Marine Current Turbines SeaGen in Strangford Loch in 2006.


Alongside the new products they cover the remaining part of the full-life cycle for their products: spares, service and maintenance, with refurbishment and upgrades for older machines.


Should you have an access, umbilical, cable, hose or wire rope winch, davit or crane, hydraulic power unit requirement you could do worse than give this flexible company a call.


Lawson Engineers


www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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