‘Control Engineering’ and ‘Ergonomic man’ are specific design code titles for control panel design. Safe, practical and efficient use of the environmental space available is key to the design of a hyperbaric system control panel. Dive system data logging in accordance with NORSOK Standard U-100, 2009 is becoming a key feature in system design.
Mimir Marine Ltd have designed and built a variety of control panels incorporating gas distribution, chamber atmosphere, communications and visual monitoring. Ease of understanding and operation, along with a good aesthetic look allows comfortable and efficient operational use of the dive system controls, and compliments its operational procedures.
Our in house electrical expertise is capable of: Bell, Chamber and Habitat electrical system design and manufacture, to ABS, Lloyds and DNV class society rules.
We have experience in building, Bell and HRC battery packs as well as the installation of oxygen, carbon dioxide and other analysis instrumentation, including communication units as ‘hard wire’ or as ‘through water communication units’, along with their modification, service and repair.
Mobile or integral saturation systems or small containerised air spreads, our design team, source and install all electrical switch gear and wiring in accordance with marine class society rules.
Examples of projects to-date include the design, build and commissioning of a 15 man Hyperbaric Reception Facility, HRF; refurbishment of a 9 man saturation diving system, with a 3 man bell and self launching (HRC). Mimir Marine Ltd designed and built the bell launch and recovery systems (LARS) in accordance with the Norwegian Offshore Standard for Diving Systems (DNV-OS-E402), and DNV Rules for the certification of lifting appliances.