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CRANES, LIFTING EQUIPMENT & DECK MACHINERY


BRIMMOND GROUP GROW AND DEVELOP RENTAL FLEET AND SERVICES TARGETING SUBSEA AND DECOM MARKET


Aberdeenshire based engineering firm, Brimmond Group, have recently enjoyed a successful three days exhibiting at Subsea Expo at the AECC in Aberdeen. The show was used as a platform to promote Brimmond Groups growing rental fleet and overall service provisions including:


• Umbilical Reelers and Spooling Winches • Hydraulic Power Units, both Diesel and Electric driven


• Marine Cranes • Control Systems & Panels • In-house design team • Bespoke and standard design & manufacture


• Accumulator Banks & Systems • Refurbishment of a wide range including LARS Systems, ROV winches and HPU’s to name some.


• Testing facilities • Flushing and Filtration equipment • Pump Packages


The above services and manufacturing capabilities have developed greatly with a purpose built facility situated on 2.5 acres and including 40te overhead workshop crane capability, dedicated work bay area’s and a large capacity external test bay.


Brimmond Group sees the Subsea and Decommissioning market as vital for the future growth of the company and has developed their rental fleet, as example, to help achieve this. Recent fleet inclusions include:


• Large capacity Umbilical Reelers • 35Te , 75te & Traction Hydraulic spooling Winches


• 156kw – 400kW Large Diesel and Electric HPU’s in which to provide for the Decom tooling and subsea dredging and excavation market to name only a few.


• Marine Cranes ranging from 1te @ 3 metres to 5.5Te @ 21.5 metres


p40 | www.sosmagazine.biz | April 2017


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