13 Feburary, 2018
The Ocean Cleanup has awarded subsea technology company Seatools a contract for the development and delivery of a remote monitoring system. The monitoring system will be used to gain real-time insight into the performance of the first-ever ocean cleanup system.
10 January, 2018
On behalf of its client Bakker Sliedrecht, Seatools completed the development, manufacturing, and testing of two 250-liter subsea pressure compensators. The compensators will be applied to 1.7 MW submersible motors.
10 October, 2017
Seatools is in the process of delivering an extensive range of dredging sensors. The sensors will be used to monitor the dredging operations of three trailing suction hopper dredgers that are currently under construction.
6 September, 2017
Seatools completed the upgrade of the fall pipe ROV installed on Van Oord’s flexible fall pipe vessel “Stornes.” The upgrade enables Van Oord to perform precision rock installation in water depths of up to 2100 meters.
26 July, 2017
GeoSea choose Seatools for the design and delivery of an anode cage installation tool. The system will be used for the construction of the Hohe See offshore wind farm.
May 10th, 2017
Seatools announced the introduction of the fourth-generation DipMate® backhoe dredging monitoring and control systems. The upgrade encompasses two models: the Essential and Pro.
March 13th, 2017
On behalf of its client Seaway Heavy Lifting, subsea technology company Seatools completed the development, manufacturing, and installation of a piling instrumentation and control system for the Pile Installation Frame (pre-piling template) which will be used for the construction of a large offshore Windfarm.
January 31th, 2017
Seatools completed an R&D program on a subsea liquid storage technology. During the program – a continuation of an earlier engineering study performed on behalf of Statoil Petroleum AS – the storage technology successfully passed a full product qualification test program.
January 27th, 2017
On behalf of Seatools, Niels Haakman will be presenting “A comparison between grab- and vehicle-based deep-sea mining” on day 1 of the North American Dredging Summit held in Houston, Texas, USA.
January 11th, 2017
Seatools completed a feasibility and conceptual design study on a Remotely Operated Mort Collector (ROMoC). The study resulted in a highly automated system capable of effectively collecting dead fish in large-scale offshore fish farms.
20 December, 2016
The new subsea compensator range, based on the preceding Hyco range, incorporates more than 15 years of experience and field feedback, and delivers serious improvements in robustness, durability, and standardization.
19 October 2016
Seatools completed the upgrade of a HighWire taut wire system. The upgraded system will be deployed to determine the position of a subsea cable plough during a cable installation project executed by Boskalis.
4 October, 2016
Seaway Heavy Lifting has awarded Seatools the contract for the design and delivery of a piling template instrumentation and control system. The system will be used for the construction of the Beatrice wind farm.
6 September, 2016
Seatools publishes a study that analyzes the techno-economic performance of two deep-sea mining methods. A comparison is made between the required installed subsea power and the overall energy consumption.
5 May, 2016
Combining Osbit’s expertise in the supply of heavy duty offshore equipment with Seatools’ specialist control system capabilities, the companies are planning to work together on active motion-compensated gangways.
20 April, 2016
Seatools introduces ‘elegantly simple’ Pile Dredge Tool. This pile cleaning and dredging system is capable of removing soil plugs and cleaning of pre-piled jackets, such as commonly found in the offshore wind industry.
27 March, 2016
Seatools introduces an intelligent active heave compensation system: HeaveMate®. This is an easy-to-integrate system for both new as well as existing offshore equipment such as winches, cranes, and LARS systems.
20 July, 2015
Seatools B.V. is proud to announce that not only the Jacket-Upending Monitoring System performed very well during the installation of the Gina Krog Jacket – also the visualized data provided new insights.
2 July, 2015
Seatools completed the development, manufacturing, and installation of a mooring monitoring system for BWOs’ ‘Espoir Ivoirien’ FPSO. This system monitors the structural integrity and behavior of the mooring chains.
20 April, 2015
Van Oord has awarded Seatools the contract for the design and delivery of a new fall pipe ROV. This custom-made ROV will be integrated into van Oord’s new rock installation vessel Bravenes.