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Active Heave Compensation System

Dutch company IHC Gusto Engineering delivered a 350 tons Active Heave Compensation system (AHC) for Multifunctional Offshore Vessel “Normand Progress”. This modular system has been specially designed and built for deployment on board of offshore vessels assisting with a wide range of subsea projects. The system is expected to minimize downtime during subsea installation work and enhance the vessel’s capabilities to carry out such work in deeper water and harsh working conditions with increased loads.

The system minimizes the dynamic amplification while lowering heavy loads, such as suction anchors, and improves control during set-down on the seabed. Installation of the Active Heave Compensator on board the “Normand Progress” and commissioning of the system will be carried out under supervision of Gusto and Rexroth Hydraudyne system engineers in Equatorial Guinea during spring 2003.


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