Trelleborg Inks Framework Agreement with Subsea 7’s i-Tech

Trelleborg’s applied technologies operation in Rochdale, England, has signed a framework agreement with i-Tech Services, a Subsea 7 company, to deliver buoyancy products for remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).

This is the first formal framework agreement for the supply of ROV buoyancy, which covers the Centurion HD and QX vehicles, the company said.

David Clayton, sales director for Trelleborg’s applied technologies operation in Rochdale, says: “We are very proud that i-Tech Services has chosen to sign a framework agreement with us for our buoyancy products and solutions.”

The framework agreement will cover Trelleborg’s buoyancy packs which are rated for 3,000 meters sea water service depth using TG26/3000 core material with the opportunity to add other TG grades as needed.

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