Pipe laying offshore

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Pipe layingoffshore requires expert skills to be performed under the best conditions. IMECA, specialized in offshore lifting equipment, riser pull-in systems, offshore winches, tensioner and pipeline-laying solutions.

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Pipe laying offshore

Imeca provides pipe layingoffshore solutions. Our pipe lay systems and related products (rigid pipes, umbilical lines…) are also part of our offer.

Our systems get a 200 Te/m dqueezing capacity and an optimized firing line clearance, you can learn more via the link above.

Please note our company also provides other components / solutions : carousels, load-out systems, hang-off clamps, deep sea swivels and auxiliary equipment.

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More information about pipe laying offshore

Pipe laying operation started with our two pipe-laying towers. IMECA, specialized in offshore lifting equipment, riser pull-in systems, offshore winches, tensioner and pipeline-laying solutions.

More informations about offshore equipment

Pipe tensioners
Pipeline construction services
Pipeline engineering services

Contact us if you need more informations about offshore maintenance !

 

IMECA, expert in offshore pipe laying

 

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