LARS FOR W-ROV
With a complete LARS program, Lidan Marine is supporting the market with smarter LARS for mobile offshore operations to improve flexibility for asset owners, reducing maintenance and offshore support needs, as well as providing support for autonomous operation.
LAUNCH FRAMES AND CRANES
Numerous number of Launch frame’s and Crane solutions for safe ROV handling.
“We offer a combination of creative thinking, design resources, skills and experience. Our know-how in designing handling systems covers all major maritime areas. We will go from concept to FAT in dialog with employees in your company. You choose how active you want to be in our process.”
LIFTING YOU - SINCE 1909
Controlling the relative motion between floating objects has always been a challenge in naval and offshore applications. For many of us the jump ashore from ship is easy when distance is short and sea is calm. But what about teaching a machine to make the move at an indefinite distance in a storm? To conquer this challenge of motion control requires mastering the technologies for passive as well as active compensation.
Possibilities to spool umbilical cable or wire rope in various dimensions. Lidan Marine offers the service of spooling your umbilical cable or wire rope on the finalized winch.
Lidan Marine always performs Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) as a part of its commitment to its customers.
Our company possesses test equipment and benches for a variety of quality assured test procedures. When required, a third party supervisor is present at the test.
Our professional understanding of the benefits in each choice of technology means that we can support our customers in their product development. Lidan Marine supplies tailored hydraulic and electric solutions for a variety of applications.
SERVICE & AFTER SALES
24/7 – World Wide, Service and After Sales Support.
Complete hydraulic and electric winch and handling systems.
Lidan Marine is one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced handling equipment for naval vessels. Our solution often becomes an important part of the in-ship logistics.