Rolls-Royce provides the widest range of deck machinery in the industry - we manufactured our first hydraulic winch back in 1942.
Today, our winch and launch and recovery systems set the standard in the offshore sector, now enhanced with seismic and subsea systems, following the acquisition of ODIM in 2010. We also supply modular and specialist winches for merchant, tug, fishing and naval applications.
Deck machinery solutions for seismic, subsea/deepwater, well intervention, PSVs and AHTS vessels.
Rolls-Royce offer tailor-made winch solutions from a range of standard modules that are light, compact and easy to install, delivering real value for money.
Specialist towed sensor handling systems and replenishment-at-sea systems for naval applications
Tailor-made winch systems for trawlers, purse seiners, long liners, Scottish seiners, multi-purpose, and fishing research vessels.
Positioning mooring and well intervention systems for safe and profitable operation.
Complete automated handling systems for oceanographic vessels.
We are one of only a few suppliers worldwide to offer low-pressure hydraulic, high-pressure hydraulic and electric drive options within our modular winch portfolio enabling our systems to be closely matched to the requirements of the vessel.
Ongoing product development will see the application of permanent magnet motor technology in the future.
To ensure safe operation and reliable performance, our products are subjected to rigorous testing at our factories in Norway and Canada.
We are a founder member of the world’s leading Offshore Simulator centre in Alesund, Norway, testing equipment operation techniques under realistic but safe conditions and for training crews in safe operation and for emergencies.
Our equipment is tailored for a broad range of applications including; offshore, merchant, naval, fishing, as well as deck machinery solutions for rigs, floating platform supply and offloading and platforms.
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