Delmar Systems Australia Pty Ltd

Lot 9000 Lambert Road, KARRATHA WA 6714
Postal Address: PO Box 1830, KARRATHA WA 6714 

Contact: Ken Harris
P: 0407 580 635
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Mooring equipment supplier and operator UHP Blasting of mooring chains and mooring components for NDT inspection 2000 Bar Den Jet unit Larger unit options in place as well as looking for semi automated solutions

Delmar Systems, Inc., established in 1968, is the worldwide leader in providing mooring services to the offshore oil and gas industry, including suction anchor, conventional catenary, preset, insert and extension wire mooring, and is also the leader in providing innovative mooring design and solutions.

Delmar Systems is a worldwide supplier of offshore mooring-related services including engineering design, mooring analysis, project management, planning and procedures, operational installation, and mooring equipment rentals.

When it comes to providing superior mooring services for mobile offshore drilling units (MODUs) or for deepwater production vessels like FPSOs, FSOs, and Spars, Delmar is unmatched in achievement.

From start to finish, Delmar works with their clients to ensure the project’s success. Early on in projects, Delmar professionals apply their extensive knowledge of offshore mooring by reviewing the requirements of each job and preparing a thorough job procedure manual with step-by-step details of how the work is to be accomplished. Post job reports are provided to customers after any mooring project; these reports recap the completed project, offer descriptions of the scope and efficiency of the work, and yield recommendations for ensuing work.

Delmar recognizes the importance of using superior and safe equipment for its critical mooring operations, which is why Delmar has a wide variety of equipment and systems for any mooring application. The equipment and systems, including new technology, such as suction anchor systems, Delmar’s patented subsea connector, unique anchor handling tools, and mooring systems, are used successfully worldwide in ultra-deepwater frontiers.