UK: Forum Subsea Technologies Introduces Tomahawk ROV


Forum Subsea Technologies has recently announced a new addition to their ROV fleet, the Tomahawk ROV.
It is constructed by Sub-Atlantic at its facility in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Forum’s Sub-Atlantic fleet includes the class-leading Comanche, Mohican, Super Mohawk, Mohawk, Mojave and Navajo Electric ROV Systems and subCAN high-speed communications data network system.
According to Ocean News, Mick Jones, senior vice president of Forum Subsea Technologies, stated: “The Tomahawk has been designed and built in response to customers’ needs for a dependable and adaptable multi-role ROV that can deploy and operate in demanding environments”.
The Tomahawk ROV is rated to a depth of 3,000 metres, which makes it perfect for deep-water operations such as the Gulf of Mexico, West Africa, and Brazil.
It is also suitable for use in survey, well intervention and drilling support tasks.
The Tomahawk is equipped with Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) and twin gigabit Ethernet options and communication junction box to easily incorporate the operators’ own equipment, which can be supervised, managed and identified by the Forum Subsea’s Sub-Atlantic subCAN system.
This piece of equipment can also be outfitted with a 10kW hydraulic power unit for running heavy-duty manipulators, tools and work skids.
Mr. Jones added: “As Forum Subsea Technologies, we have created an unrivalled range of premium ROV products and supporting services. We are positioned to support our customers through our global sales team and our worldwide network of distributors and service centres.”



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