The Capjet Trencher systems, designed for water
depths down to 2000 m, is primarily used for trenching
of cables, umbilicals and Pipelines. These vehicles
are completely remote controlled and monitored
from a dynamically positioned surface vessel.
The machines are made neutrally buoyant through
the use of upward/down-ward thrusters. Thus, despite
their size, they are very gentle on the pipelines
and cables to be buried. They can be used for
trenching all types of cable, umbilicals and rigid
pipelines from 8" to 42", flexible lines and bundles.
The equipment can be modified in order to ensure
optimal results for any project. The trenching
systems are suitable for operation from a wide
range of vessels.
Capjet Spider Dredger
Nexans Norway has developed a complete new Dredging
vehicle, based on the Capjet basic design. The
aim is to provide a vehicle that can provide large
volume dredging capability in difficult topgraphical
areas. The vehicle utilizes the Capjet platform
with some added features like a unique seabed
walking ability, flexible dredging arm and a large
volume ejector system.
Nexans Captrack System
The new Nexans Captrack system is a support structure designed to ride on rollers on top of the cable during cable laying.
The Captrack gives accurate touchdown position using a combination of a depth sensor, altimeter and inclinometer, to obtain most accurate bottom tension control. All data is transmitted to the control container topside.