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tension control driven via an electric or hydraulic power system. Adding value to customers, the product portfolio provides cable protection and compliance just as it ensures repair of cables on site, i.e. on deck, thus providing easy access to various sorts of cable repair as well as synchronisation with third party equipment.


They are designed to provide optimal performance and control over the dynamic forces involved in the cable laying process. All products come in multiple wheel or track versions depending on the required pull and holding force. Besides, they can be fully certified according to DNVGL-ST-0378 (2.22), DNVGL-E2.7-3, and ILO 152.


The linear cable engines, offshore power quadrants, cable carousels and offshore track tensioners all represent state-of- the-art equipment available with remote diagnostics tools which enable their


EXPANDING OFFSHORE ACCESS


Osbit Ltd, the offshore engineering and technology company, has completed its first project for Seajacks with the delivery of a bespoke access system for the world’s most advanced offshore windfarm installation and maintenance vessel, Seajacks Scylla


The gangway, which is now in operation aboard the Seajacks Scylla, has been deployed to the DONG Energy Walney Extension Offshore windfarm development in the Irish Sea, off the west coast of England. Once fully completed in late 2018, the offshore windfarm will become the world’s largest at 659MW – capable of powering more than 500,000 homes.


TRANSITION PIECE ACCESS Providing access from the vessel to turbine transition pieces, the telescopic, variable height gangway is a new addition to Osbit’s existing offshore


technicians to remotely monitor and supervise in real time. By eliminating unnecessary offshore engineering support, this unique feature is likely to generate substantial cost savings to owners and operators.


EXCELLENCE IN OPERATION All CEMAC products are designed, manufactured, tested and serviced by the company. As part of all supplies, they thoroughly test every application at their in-house test facility before it leaves the factory. This ensures short on-site commissioning and highly reliable equipment to the complete satisfaction of their customers.


THE RIGHT HANDS WITH THE RIGHT TOOLS MacArtney offers engineering expertise in electrics, hydraulics, mechanics, hydro-dynamics, fibre optics, electronics and software. The workshops are staffed by experienced


technicians who have all received advanced training and hold requisite certifications.


In order to ensure excellence in performance, the company applies an extensive and proactive commitment to quality control and quality assurance.


This commitment is reflected by the experienced QC inspectors who inspect and approve every item leaving the facility. The inspection teams benefit from having the latest technology in test measurement equipment at their disposal.


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access capability and has been specially- designed to suit Seajacks’ requirements.


Extending up to a distance of 35 metres, the gangway has a wider than usual operational height capability of between -45 degrees and +15 degrees to ensure it is not restricted by the jack-up vessel’s height. The Scylla jack up vessel is fitted with 105 metre-long legs, which have the ability to install components in water depths of up to 65 metres.


Certified by DNV GL to its personnel transfer offshore gangway standard, the gangway is deployed using a dedicated auxiliary crane, which enables the vessel’s 1,500 tonne leg encircling crane to focus on installation operations.


DELIVERED ON SCHEDULE Designed at its Riding Mill office and assembled at its Port of Blyth base in the North East of England, the Northumberland-based company completed the project within its 18- week schedule. The gangway was road transported from the Port of Blyth to Holland, where the vessel was mobilised.


Osbit engineers oversaw the system’s


delivery, installation & commissioning and also provided training on its operation and maintenance to vessel crews.


EXCITING PROJECT Brendon Hayward, Managing Director of Osbit Ltd, commented: “We’re delighted to work with Seajacks, in this exciting project which further expands our presence in the offshore access solutions market and demonstrates our capability to diversify and adapt our solutions to meet the cost savings and efficiency improvements required by our clients.


“Collaborating closely with Seajacks, our bespoke gangway is designed to provide a wide scope of height deployment, which will prevent operational downtime and enable seamless integration into its landmark vessel’s extensive jack-up capabilities.”


Osbit Limited www.windenergynetwork.co.uk 69


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