Vos Prodect Supplies Cable Protection Systems for Submarine Cable Project in Denmark

Vos Prodect Supplies Cable Protection Systems for Submarine Cable Project in Denmark

Vos Prodect Innovations B.V. has been awarded a contract for the supply of Cable Protection Systems, for a submarine power cable project in Denmark.

This supply contract marks a significant milestone in Vos Prodect’s position among the cable protection system suppliers.

Total order covers the design and supply of articulated pipes and a fully compatible repair kit for possible remedial works in the future.

The cable bundle will be protected in shallow waters, by means of using ductile cast iron articulated pipes, where burying is not possible.

Vos Prodect cast iron shells are well tested proven products, providing; strong & reliable locking mechanism, bend restriction, impact strength and a straight forward assembly on the board of the vessel.

Vos Prodect cable protection systems have been sellected in order to meet the technical and commercial requirements of the project.

Subsea World News Staff , June 01, 2012;  Image: Vos Prodect

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