NUI | Test Facilities
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Test Facilities

Pressure chambers

  • DDC 4

    • Lenght 7130mm.
    • Diam 3000mm.
    • Vol 50m3.
    • Opening 3000mm.
    • Max pressure 65 bar.

  • DDC 7

    • Lenght 1800mm.
    • Diam 700mm.
    • Vol 0,7m3.
    • Opening 700mm.
    • Max pressure 300 bar.

Contact

Harald Sundland

Manager Test & Analysis

Email: has@nui.no

  • DDC 8

    • Lenght 650mm.
    • Diam 500mm.
    • Vol 0,13m3.
    • Opening 500mm.
    • Max pressure 150 bar.

  • DDC 9

    • Lenght 1100mm.
    • Diam 900mm.
    • Vol 0,9m3.
    • Opening 900mm.
    • Max pressure 60 bar.

  • DDC 10

    • Lenght 350mm.
    • Diam 170mm.
    • Vol 0,008m3.
    • Opening 170mm.
    • Max pressure 150 bar.

NUI laboratory

  • Thermo physiological lab
  • Chemical analysis laboratory, including GC/MS and ATD, MS and RGA3
  • Equipment for retrieving and analyzing seabed samples

 

For more information about our laboratory services, please follow link under.

 

NUI Laboratory services

Inhouse testpool

At our facility we can offer a temperature controlled training and test pool (7mx5mx3,5m) with:

  • 12t crane for ROV or equipment launch into pool.
  • Inspection windows allowing personnel to observe the operation.
  • Diving stations that includes hot water, gas and communications. Direct visual observation for supervision of divers through windows.

 

pool

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Subsea Testareas

NUI has established three Subsea test areas in the Close visinity to the Hyperbaric Reception Facility in Gravdal.

The Three test areas has the following dimensions :

  • Concrete plattform 20 m (Geopositioned for Acoustic testing)
  • 300 m² 90 m depth
  • 900 m² 20 m depth (quay side)

test-omrader

Subsea Well

In the Onarheimsfjord, South of Bergen, NUI has established a subsea well for testing and verification of light intervention equipment.

The well in drilled at 115 M dept, and is 298m deep. Both wellhead and the steel casing is pressure tested to 5000PSI

 

 

subsea-well

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