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Dependable, compact and powerful control solutions for the worldwide subsea oil and gas industry


Class 5 Rotary Docking Torque Tool


Durable Stainless Steel construction offering repeatable high accuracy, delivering 6,780N.m (5000lbf-ft) torque; providing torque feedback, (Directional) Quadrature output turns count, optional ‘latched’ or ‘un-latched’ versions and visual motor turns indicator, this unit is built to last.


Class 1-4 Rotary Docking (API 17D) Torque Tool


Repeatable high accuracy delivering 2,711N.m (2,000lbf-ft) torque; providing torque feedback, (Directional) Quadrature output turns count, auto gear box selection with high / low pressure and visual motor turns indicators, planetary gear


standards. Optional Petrobras adaptor or full Petrobras front end effector.


Subsea ‘In Line’ Contamination Monitor (ICM)


Prevents unseen minor faults from developing into major contamination problems with ‘GO/NO GO indication. Designed to monitor hydraulic system fluids (NAS, ISO & AS cleanliness standard), water contamination % RH (Relative Humidity), low pressure and temperature. Stores 4000 (retrievable) previous tests with stand-alone or 485 link to provide ‘live’ continual monitoring.


Jupiter 2 RCU System Latest intelligent valve pack to join the Jupiter range offers


powerful control system that integrates high flow application, torque tool control & deployment or skid functions into a single unit with sensor inputs and powerful software control.


Tel: +44 (0) 1653 602020 www.zetechtics.com


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