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Systems used on vessel around the world. The good and the bad about them.

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Tech on palladin 1 Reply

Started by Jake. Last reply by Scotty May 2, 2009.

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Comment by Maximwithfield on May 14, 2011 at 12:22am
Comment by Maximwithfield on May 14, 2011 at 12:03am

What  is  the  average Day Rate for Sat Systems on DSV's in SE Asia?

Has  anyone been in  Sapuras---Stolt/Comex System built  in 1977?





Comment by Scotty on October 29, 2009 at 2:31pm
Large bell (big enough for 3 ) 3 living chamber great for 3 teams but can accommodate 4 . 15 man HLB . Wifi in the chambers . Bell itself is tired and needs a complete refit . Very long crawl to the HLB and could be a problem if there was a casualty on a stretcher .
Comment by Scotty on April 13, 2009 at 11:53am
Rem Forza

Single chamber , Wifi , HRC , Large bell 5cu.meters , Hallin built system . 3 man runs , 4 teams (one in the hrc). Except for the close conditions not a bad sysytem at all .
Comment by Retch on February 26, 2009 at 1:07pm
Have a look at the photos concerning top door dogs. Only dogs on doors were put in by the divers and they were magnets!
Mail me on my page and I'll tell you who it was, 'cos I'm SCARED of not working for them again. Honest. At this rate I'll have to give up diving............................................................................................... I'll have run out of companies to work for that I haven't upset.
I mean, take ISS for example.. I was told by the pissed off bird in HR that I'd never work for them again. So I phoned up 5 mins later(drunk I must admit) and asked for the Ops Manager so I could get it in writing. Hmmm. Just as well I don't want to pay any more tax, like the Canadians and South Africans and Australians, etc, etc.
Why can't the above nations see sense and let me come work in their countries? We can swap if they like, one for one sound ok?
Comment by stuart anderson on February 25, 2009 at 2:27pm
Bibby Topaz

Inbuilt 18 man, twin bell, HLB, 2 6-man living chambers, 1 6-man day/deco chamber, 2 wet pots/TUP's. Draeger built. Wi-Fi, 3x TV's in chamber, lotsa films linked by the harddrive to the TV/Comp. sky uk/Nor. computer access. Exceleent system/Vessel. Good sized bells, all the valves in the right place. Down side- a daunting 3-daily clean!
Comment by Scotty on February 25, 2009 at 11:13am
Guess I'll kick it off :

DSV Toisa Paladin

Inbuilt, 18-man, single bell, 300 m,three chamber, 18-man hyperbaric
lifeboat, 30 gas tubes , Made by Lexmar . Wireless internet , Big bell 6.1 cu.3 . Above average all round .

Global’s Sat 3 Mobil System (Subtec India)

The bell is the smallest possible size a bell is allowed to be. There’s no internet or phone in sat. They were sending emails if you hand wrote them and they would scan them for you. the bunks in the chamber have no mattresses so you sleep on steel bunks with fleece blankets for padding.

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