Scantrol recently mobilized an Active Heave Compensation (AHC) Upgrade system in less than 4 hours for Aberdeenshire based solutions provider Aleron Subsea. The system will be used in a profiled Salvage operation to find Britain’s lost treasures from the World … read more
Scantrol is experiencing an increasing demand for the Autotrawl system this year. Already during the first half of the year the company has received orders for more than 30 systems. –There is a boom for both building new fishing vessels … read more
Scantrol is exhibiting at Oceanology International 2018, 13 – 15 March, London Excel. Visit us at stand Q391 to learn more about our Active Heave Compensation solutions for new systems or to discuss upgrades for existing systems.
Scantrol is exhibiting at Marintec China 2017, 5 – 8 December, Shanghai, stand N1F31-10, together with our Chinese distributor, Nor-Marine. Visit our stand to learn more about our Active Heave Compensation solutions for new systems or to discuss upgrades for existing … read more
Scantrol is exhibiting at Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition 2017, 13 – 15 September, Iceland, together with Marás Vélar EHF. Meet us at stand B-10 to catch up on the latest news or to discuss new Scantrol system for your vessel.
中国未来将继续成为Scantrol的目标市场。我公司最近与中国的经销商Nor-Marine签署了协议，以便更加深入中国市场。Nor-Marine同时与其他挪威公司，如Marine Technologies LLC和Vestdavit，在中国石油和天然气行业的主要海上施工设施网络，紧密合作。 主动补偿是Scantrol向中国制造商提供的主要产品之一。 – 我们认为AHC在中国市场有很大的潜力，我们希望将这个功能提供给所有那些内部没有这项技术的公司，营销传播经理Anette Isabella Bergaas说。 Scantrol最近收到了为中国工程公司上海救助机构向Soil机械动力有限公司（SMD）提供主动升压补偿（AHC）控制系统的订单。这将是Scantrol在中国的重要合作。 更多：Nor-Marine
Scantrol is exhibiting at Atlantic Fair 2017, 9 – 11 May, Faroe Islands, together with Radiobúðin P/F. Meet us at stand B-166 to catch up on the latest news or to discuss new Scantrol system for your vessel.
Scantrol recently received an order for supplying an Active Heave Compensation (AHC) control system to Soil Machine Dynamics Limited (SMD). The AHC will be integrated to an SMD designed 6000m Umbilical Winch system by their dedicated Deck Equipment Business and … read more
Scantrol will be present at OTC 2017, 1-4 May, Houston, stand 4239. Meet our team to discuss AHC upgrade of your winch or crane.
— Our development team has spent a lot of resources on making our Active Heave Compensation (AHC) systems more available, cost-effective and efficient to commission, says Senior Design Engineer, Espen Karlsen. The service engineers at Scantrol are pleased that about … read more
Visit Scantrol at Nor-Shipping 2017, 30 May – 2 June, Oslo, to discuss Active Heave Compensation for your winch or crane. Speak to us about upgrade of your existing systems or to learn more about our AHC solutions for different applications.
Scantrol is proud to have successfully upgraded a Saab Seaeye Leopard ROV LARS to have Active Heave Compensation in only 3 days. The retrofit allows the customer, a Japanese marine science company, to continue working in tough weather conditions by … read more
– By developing standardized and cost-efficient Active Heave Compensation solutions with smart tools for testing and commissioning we have managed to increase the volume of AHC systems supplied and we have just delivered system number 65 in the line, reveals … read more
Scantrol is exhibiting at OTC 2016, 2-5 May, in Houston, booth #5141 We have AHC solutions for both new systems and retrofit of existing systems. Come and speak to us about AHC upgrade for your winch.
Scantrol and Scantrol Deep Vision are exhibiting at Oceanology 2016, 15-17 March, in London. Visit us at stand F405 to get a live demonstration of Scantrol Active Heave Compensation. We have AHC solutions for both new systems and retrofit of existing … read more
AHC upgrade for your winch? Visit Scantrol at Subsea Expo 2016,3-5 February, stand 34, to learn more about our AHC solutions. We can retrofit AHC to existing systems.
In order to fulfill its contractual obligations M/V Bibby Athena had its ROV winch upgraded with Scantrol AHC while in operation. The AHC control system was delivered and tested in only 3 weeks this summer, and the vessel is now … read more