Identifying & Designing the Correct Undersea Cable
Undersea cables play a crucial role in various industries, including telecommunications, oil and gas exploration, scientific research, and renewable energy. Each of these industries has different requirements and needs for undersea cable designs, including factors such as depth, distance, temperature, pressure, and environmental conditions.
To create the right design for an undersea cable, it is essential to understand the client's objectives and specific requirements. This involves gathering information about the intended application, including the location, purpose, and expected performance requirements.
Based on this information, our team can use our propriety 50+ points to assist in creating a customized undersea cable design that meets the client's specific needs. This may involve selecting the appropriate materials, insulation, shielding, and strength components to ensure the cable can perform reliably under the expected conditions.
Overall, our approach is client-focused and tailored to each specific undersea cable application. By understanding our clients' objectives and unique needs, we can assist creating a design that meets their requirements and performs reliably in the underwater environment.
1. Tow Cables
2. Riser Cables
3. Umbilical Cables
4. Power Cables
5. Specialty Cables:
Small – Micro;
High Fiber Count;
Bottom Laid- Deep Ocean, Armored, Fish Bite Protection
No matter what type of cable you plan to use in a subsea environment, selecting the right components and performance characteristics is critical. Without a good specification, misunderstanding or assumptions can waste money and time.