Sub Sea

Orbital Welding for Sub-Sea Applications

The increasing demand for new energy reserves requires the need for more robust subsea infrastructure. A successful subsea installation of any piping system – rigs, cables, risers and a host of other infrastructure – depends on a detailed understanding of the conditions on the seabed and a thorough risk assessment of the environment.

Laker-vent specialise in the supply, fabrication , and, installation of high-quality orbital welded services for subsea applications in the oil and gas industry, as well as other process critical industries.

We have invested heavily in orbital welding machinery, equipment and our people to provide a fully comprehensive and reliable service for our clients.  We undertake thorough project planning before any installation begins and we use innovative technology to perform subsea pipework fabrication & installations.

Our services for the Subsea sector cover pipework fabrication and installation and Orbital welding to meet the stringent demands of the offshore subsea sector, our orbital welding qualifications cover stainless steel, duplex and many other exotic materials.

Subsea Piping systems

We also create robust, subsea piping systems for use with a variety of oil and gas manifolds, umbilicals and wellheads, according to clients’ individual specifications.

To find out more about our subsea piping systems or orbital welding for subsea applications, contact our expert team today.

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