Aberdeen based Imenco UK Ltd has actively promoted various new products to successfully drive new business opportunities during the first 5 months of 2017.
Efforts over the last few years to provide diversification from the company’s traditional oil and gas background have led to new business in aquaculture, offshore renewable energy, marine survey and most recently in nuclear.
New electronic products include a range of Imenco subsea IP cameras building on the success of the SUBvis Orca HD over Ethernet (IP) camera launched in 2015. The developments undertaken by the technical and development team in Norway have provided a family of IP cameras with or without the Imenco ‘SMART brain’, involving smaller housings, low-light, wide-angle options, multiple cameras operations from a single source, and other innovative cost and time saving efficiencies. New LED light options have been developed in tandem to the camera family’s growth.
Beyond the successful introduction of the Piranha™ anode system (more than 1000 units sold to date), customer needs have been met on the corrosion protection front with the development of larger or bespoke anode systems to provide specific solutions to a diverse range of challenges presented in offshore wind installations in the North Sea and in late life asset extension work off the UKCS and off the coast of West Africa.
Responding to customer requirements for different helifuel options in offshore renewable energy, Imenco’s Aviation team have developed a smaller, lighter, modular based refuelling package than that normally provided to the oil and gas sector.
Imenco Bauer Hydraulics and Diinef are launching the world’s first High Torque Low Speed digital motor. This development is a significant step in the commercialization of digital motor technology offering unprecedented efficiency, double the power, advanced control functions via embedded electronics and sensors, and is controlled via a high speed Ethernet connection.
Promotion of the IP camera products at Ocean Business 2017 in Southampton in April this year provided positive feedback and the opportunity to develop products to meet customer’s actual project specific need.
Immediate opportunities to engage face-to-face with the Imenco team to discuss product requirements will be numerous as 2017 progresses. In the short term Imenco Bauer Hydraulics and Diinef will be at Nor-Shipping in Oslo to 02 June. Imenco Corrosion Technology and their parent Imenco AS will be at Offshore Wind Energy 2017 at Excel, London 06-08 June on the Scottish Development International stand and the Norwegian Innovation stand respectively; and Imenco UK will be on the Subsea UK stand at Oceans17 at the AECC in Aberdeen 19-22 June.