Tracerco Secures Large Flooded Member Inspection (FMI) Project in the Caribbean

Tracerco, part of Johnson Matthey Plc, has recently been awarded a large-scale project to verify the integrity of multiple platform members in the Caribbean sea.

Via the use of a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), the Tracerco™ Diagnostics Flooded Member Inspection will provide an 100% accurate and reliable method of identifying the presence of any flooding in multiple vertical, horizontal and angled

members, without the need to remove any marine growth or specialist coatings.

Over the course of the 25-day inspection project, Tracerco’s experienced subsea engineers will provide an immediate assessment of the degree of flooding for each member surveyed, before providing a full report of platform member integrity at the end of the project. The operator will then utilise this data to inform any potential remedial work that is needed for each of their platform structures.

With Lloyd's Register recognition for its conformance and industry quality standard in the application of FMI, Tracerco was chosen as the technology solutions provider due its ability to provide 100% accurate measurements in real time. Not only does this ensure that inspections are right the first

time, it also reduces the financial risk and impact associated with repeat inspections (or remedial work that may not even be required), meaning the operator can be very confident in the integrity assessment of their jackets.

To learn more about how a Tracerco Diagnostics™ Flooded Member Inspection can allow you to reduce the operating costs of your subsea inspection campaigns, visit or contact us at:

q +44 (0) 1642 375500 E H

Impact Subsea Sign Distribution Agreement

with ROMOR Ocean Systems Impact Subsea is pleased to announce the appointment of ROMOR Ocean Systems as a distributor of Impact Subsea products within Canada.

With over 30 years’ experience in the ocean technology industry; ROMOR provides training, service and support for a variety of equipment across the scientific, offshore oil and gas, geophysical and defence markets.

ROMOR are dedicated to driving advances in Ocean Sciences and related technologies. Based in Eastern Canada, they are perfectly situated to support the area’s emerging marine industries and will play a key role in the sales and support of Impact Subsea’s expanding Canadian customer base.

Darrin Verge, President of ROMOR 32 August 2020

said that he is pleased and excited about the new possibilities available for ROMOR clients as Impact Subsea brings their innovative technologies to the Canadian market. “I am looking forward to exploring the different ways project managers and engineers in Canada can use these products and technologies on their ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) and AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles) in their projects and applications.”

Ben Grant, Managing Director, Impact Subsea further commented: “We are thrilled to announce the appointment of ROMOR as a distributor of Impact Subsea products within Canada. Their knowledge and technical ability will enable excellent support to be provided to our Canadian user base.”

Impact Subsea’s distributor base

consists of sixteen companies worldwide. Further growth of the distributor network is planned to ensure the highest levels of support are maintained for Impact Subsea’s sensor solutions.

Impact Subsea are based in the United Kingdom where they design and manufacture a range of sensors for underwater applications. Their sensor offerings include Sonar, Altimeter, Depth, Attitude & Heading Reference and Flooded Member Detection systems.

For further information on ROMOR Ocean Systems please visit

q +44 (0) 1224 460 850 E H

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