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Aptara™ Subsea Connection Systems

Aptara™ Subsea Connection Systems

Next generation, multi-function, quick-connection systems

Our FLX360 is an innovative Multi-Quick Connect (MQC) system that enables fast and reliable connections between all elements of the subsea distribution system. The HCCS-L, also part of the APTARA suite, is a lightweight horizontal clamp connector suitable for rigid and flexible jumpers and spools, as well as, umbilical termination with multi-bore hub technology.

Designed to reduce CAPEX and maximize reliability

  • The FLX360 Multi-Quick Connection (MQC) System enables fast and reliable connections between all elements of the subsea distribution system. It uses a patented locking mechanism that leaves only one moving part of the design on the seabed. The complexity of the connection system is housed within the retrievable and serviceable ROV tooling, eliminating screw threads from the system and enabling reliable make up/ break out times of approximately 90 seconds. Its unique life-of-field design also allows maintenance in situ with no need for disconnection of the connector thereby reducing total cost of ownership.

    The HCCS-L Lightweight Horizontal Clamp Connection System is a proven horizontal connector suitable for rigid, and flexible jumpers and spools, as well as umbilical termination with use of multi-bore hub technology. The HCCS-L range has been designed to be lighter, smaller and optimized to minimize make-up time, allowing for rapid installation. They come with a pre-mounted stroking tool and require fewer subsea operations, reducing the connection time by more than 30%. Our unique push-type stroking functionality allows full access for cleaning and cap replacement with the pre-mounted stroking tool. To learn more about our range of Subsea Clamp Connection Systems click here.

     

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