J+S has a range of equipment available to rent for on and offshore purposes. If we do not have required items in our own stock, we have identified and work with selected vendors and partners in order to provide timely solutions.
J+S have a range of stock downlines available that can be terminated with client specific connections for offshore use. Our trained technicians will prepare and deliver these downlines on fully certified Reeler units and provide support offshore for deployment and testing.
We also have a range of ancillary equipment to go with our downlines including but not limited to:
J+S have a range of electrical connectors and hydraulic couplers available to rent for on and offshore purposes. Our trained technicians can prepare and certify equipment for use as test connectors, interface components for FAT’s, long term protective caps and end caps with wired loop properties.
J+S have a range of test equipment available to rent for on and offshore purposes. All our test equipment comes with valid calibration certificates and our trained technicians are available to provide operating and analysis support. We have identified and work with selected vendors and partners to provide additional specialist test equipment if required.
Our test equipment capabilities include but are not limited to:
J+S is developing a range of monitoring equipment to provide our clients with solutions to identify subsea issues. This range of basic tools are designed to assist intervention operations by providing immediate and local display of sensor outputs or basic system parameters. This range is adaptable to allow connection to any system and standard port interfaces enable the option of penetrators to cable or oil filled hose assemblies either side for ease of installation. This range can also be expanded to meet any new requirements identified.
The Display 420 is a basic display which provides local indication of a 4-20mA signal. Designed for installation and retrieval by diver, the display is loop powered so there is no need to provide a separate power supply or battery.
The Simulator 420 utilises the same simple 0-100% display but with the addition of a loop powered 4-20mA simulator and rotary switch. This is designed to be connected between the Subsea Control Module (SCM) and the sensor. It is then used to either display the output signal from the sensor output or inject a set range of simulation signals to test the SCM’s operation.
Matt has lead the management buyout of the Subsea Engineering division of SEA for J&S Subsea Limited and is seeking opportunities to transfer technologies and products into the Oil and Gas and marine renewables markets.