The latest from Tyne Subsea
Why we need hyperbaric testing
Why do we need hyperbaric testing ? Hyperbaric testing simulates the forces exerted by water on objects at depth. As you go deeper under water the pressure caused by seawater...Read more
Tyne Subsea qualification tests 18” Ball Valve
We are currently pressure testing an 18 inch Ball Valve in TSS5, the largest of our nine hyperbaric chambers. The...Read More
Tyne Subsea welcomes Future Leaders to North East facilities
This week Tyne Subsea welcomed members of the British Valves and Actuators Association’s (BVAA) Future Leaders Programme to its facilities...Read More
Why do we need hyperbaric testing?
We need hyperbaric testing to validate the design and manufacturing of products that are intended to work in subsea conditions,...Read More
What is hyperbaric testing?
Hyperbaric testing is the only way to ensure the reliability of products working under subsea conditions, or in other high...Read More
Tyne Subsea completes first commercial hyperbaric testing in largest chamber
Tyne Subsea, a multi-million pound research and testing facility being developed in the North East, has successfully completed its first...Read More
Components tested past the deepest point on Earth
Tyne Subsea, a multi-million pound research and testing facility being developed in the region by British Engines and Newcastle University,...Read More