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This year NUI has been instructed to replace certain ‘older’ designs of acrylic windows in our saturation system, this was due to DNVGLs requirements under the design specified in the new safety standard for "Pressure Vessels for Human Occupancy(PVHO)" by "American Society of Mechanical Engineers...

On 29th May NUI hosted a meeting organized by "Industri Energi" to discuss the need to introduce "supervisory responsibility" for employers who are hiring inshore diving services. This type of responsibility is well-known from offshore diving, but not an established standard for inshore diving. The objective...

Tuesday and Wednesday this week we run our first NUI Diving Awareness Course in 2018 with participants from PSA, AkerBP, Gassco and Spirit Energy. The target with this course is to give non-diving personnel involved in planning and performing diving operations, on-board or onshore, some basic...

NUI will like to welcome Trond Einar Hansen and Geir K. Knag to our pool of diving/ROV advisors. Both of them has extensive experience from the Diving Industry and will use their knowledge to support our clients in their sub-sea operations. For more information about our advisory...

NUI is pleased to announce that we last week completed breathing performance trials on a selection of SCUBA type regulator sets from Mares. The trials were performed under pressure in our 0,9m3 test chamber (Chamber 9), while the breathing apparatus was submerged in fresh water...

The Norwegian Environmental Agency  has awarded funding to  NUI, together with the  Norwegian Institute of Marine Research, for a comparison study  of NUI’s new gastight sediment sampler, against the traditional grab sampling  technique. The sediment samples will be  analyzed for organic compounds, inorganic gases and metals...