Modular Saturation Diving Systems Case Study

Modular Saturation Diving Systems Case Study


Divex Modular Saturation Diving Systems are designed to be rapidly deployable and flexible to allow rapid configuration on a variety of vessels.

The modules are designed so that they can be quickly assembled and achieve accurate alignment, in order to minimise expensive mobilisation time in port.


Shanghai Salvage Co Ltd


Designed and manufactured a fully transportable Lloyds Class 300m rated 12-man saturation diving system.

Services provided

  • Design, build and delivery of the system
  • 6, 9 or 12 man capacity / flexibility
  • Built to Lloyds class
  • Fully transportable and rapidly deployable

Benefits delivered

  • Delivered on budget and on time
  • Full compliance with Lloyds classification

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