Water Abrasive Cutting – Injection vs Suspension

Water Abrasive Cutting – Injection vs Suspension

Scanmudring has been using both system for more than 20 years. However, since 2001-2002 we decided not using the injection system for subsea conditions because the Suspension system proved to be far better for subsea conditions. Since 2002 we have together with the...
Working in low visibility

Working in low visibility

Scanmudring has throughout our history been working on various technologies to maintain critical operation in low visibility.  Our Scanmachines utilize a combination of various types of sensors to visualise the progress of work in our monitoring system. This gives a...
Selecting the best cutting method

Selecting the best cutting method

During the life of field there will be a need for removal of templates, jackets, wells or other structures which are piled to the seabed. To remove these structures, the piles need to be cut. There are various national regulations and guidelines for how far below...
Cost Effective Subsea Rock Removal Tool for Deepwater Applications

Cost Effective Subsea Rock Removal Tool for Deepwater Applications

Once again, Scanmudring proved that the adaption of known and tested onshore equipment can be transferred to subsea remote operations with great success! Deep water rock formations have traditionally been avoided during pipeline route selection instead of being...
Article about Scanmudring in Norwegian magazine, Dyp

Article about Scanmudring in Norwegian magazine, Dyp

”The wheel has already been invented. Our core task is to modify and adapt the best land based technology to subsea operations” Digging deeper “Our basic approach is to take the best proven technology from land-based construction operations, modify...