New ROV for the subsea cable market

ROV ITAT 800™

The new Inter Turbine Array Trencher, the ITAT 800™, is an 600 kW self-propelled trenching ROV that as per Pharos Offshore can be manoeuvred by the operators on board its support ship more easily than a towed plough. It uses a water jetting technology to cut the seabed. The technology is said to be safer than a metal plough share or mechanical cutter around the valuable power cable. The water jets “fluidise” the sea floor material and allow the interconnecting power cables of a wind farm to sink in up to three metres deep.

The design of the ITAT 800™ has been a priority for Pharos Offshore Group due to demand from customers for safer trenching methods, particularly for the offshore wind market.

The cable maintenance version of the ROV named the MENTOR 800™ provides the ITAT’s powerful jetting capability to depths up to 3000 meters for deeper cable and O&G pipeline work. Interchangeable tooling systems provide the flexibility to accommodate the most demanding undersea cable installation and maintenance operations, as Pharos Offshore states.

Scotland-based Pharos Offshore Group has started construction of a newly designed remotely operated vehicle (ROV) specifically for the offshore wind farm cable market.

 

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