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HYDRAULIC CUTTERS


FOR DECOMMISSIONING IN THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRIES FOR USE


TOPSIDE & SUB-SEA


As an approved supplier to the sub-sea industry for almost ten years, CIS Ltd are committed to the safe and efficient decommissioning of onshore & offshore rigs and other support equipment.


We design & supply a wide variety of hydraulic cold cutting equipment for use in various topside and sub-sea environments.


Our tools are used by numerous major offshore companies, and numerous other sub-contract support companies.


Providing Solutions to Specific Applications


• Proven track record within the Oil & Gas Industries • Extremely safe - No vibration!


• Lightweight & durable with a cutting force up to 105 tonnes


• Standard or modified for specific applications including manual or remote operation • Robotic handling equipment compatible


• Can be easily adapted for use with ROV’s


• Rotating or fixed cutting heads


• Interchangeable blades • Easy maintenance


Major suppliers & hirers


of hydraulic cutters, pumps and jacking & lifting equipment,


as well as skidding systems and synchronized lifting systems.


CALL: 01604 642020


info@700bar.com | www.700bar.com | www.holmatro.co.uk Commercial & Industrial Services Ltd | 25 Hatton Close | Moulton Park Ind. Est. | Northampton NN3 6SU


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