Subsea Energy Solutions (SES), a global provider of offshore engineering and technology solutions, have completed a project to tackle a common problem with hose flange assemblies.
Hose flange assemblies can easily become a snagging problem when being deployed over a chute due to the significant jump in diameter between hose and flange. Also, if maneuvered on the sea bed, can accumulate foreign bodies which can impede or damage the flange in addition to causing an obstruction to the installation operation.
A global client in the energy industry approached Subsea Energy Solutions due to the company’s reputation for being able to respond quickly and produce innovative solutions as short notice.
The only client stipulation was that this was for a marine environment and the solution must be produced in two halves, in addition to the design being custom fit to their exact specifications.
Philip A.R. Stanyon, Founder and Director at Subsea Energy Solutions, said: “As a business we are always proud to tackle any problems our clients face, big or small. This project was a fantastic example of how we can live up to our name of producing subsea solutions for the energy industry”
The project was completed during February 2021.
The hose flange assemblies anti-snagging inserts are now available as a product clients can choose for their next project.
Find out more about how Subsea Energy Solutions can support your next project at www.subenesol.co.uk or Tel: +44 (0) 1748 828 580
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Image caption: Subsea Energy Solutions innovative solution to solve a common issue.