Our hyperbaric research, test and certification service supports a diverse set of industries. With 71% of the earth’s surface covered by water at an average water depth of around 3,600m a significant amount of the Earth’s natural resources lie deep underwater. Recognising this we have a need for a diverse set of industries to find ways to safely and reliably operate and innovate within this environment.
To provide you with an indication as to how and why are services have been used, we have included a spotlight on just a few of these industries. But, of course, we welcome enquiries from any industry or organisation wishing to explore hyperbaric research, test and certification.
Developments like all electric, subsea systems need safe and reliable product tested and qualified to industry standards. We have extensive experience in testing subsea valves, actuators and other subsea components to guide and support your test requirements from start to finish.
Geosciences and evolutionary biology
Earth sciences meeting biological, chemical and physical sciences creates significant and exciting research and development opportunities. Developments like microbial enhanced oil recovery are supported through long terms research projects linking closely with industry.
Sustainable energy providers
The renewable arena is another vital part of our energy mix. Having significant experience in subsea, marine and offshore enables us to support, advise, translate and apply learning to some of these newer technologies including tidal, wind and hydro electrics.
Research has already taken us into new and exciting technology possibilities - as deep as the Mariana Trench. We provide short and long term research opportunities for academia, industry and Government bodies.
Our security forces
Applications in support of defense must have gone through thorough testing and approvals before going into service. With the provision of multiple connection points to chambers, test pieces can be operated and monitored to capture live performance data crucial for safe operation.