An Easy and Affordable Way to Make Your Offshore Lifting Safer and More Productive

Having to shut down portions of your offshore operation due to not having the perfect conditions can begin to cut into your time and bottom line revenue. Pushing the limits with your crane can lead to accidents and injuries. Adding a compensator inline is one way to give your crane the ability to safely lift more in a wider window of conditions.

How a Compensator Helps

Using an inline compensator gives you more stability when using your crane on rough seas, dealing with heave, and allows you a passive way to lift more at one time. It opens up bigger windows of opportunity to get offshore lifting work done.

Easy to Use and Less Time-Consuming than Other Compensator Methods

The inline design is one that doesn’t require extra work and customization to function. It’s quick and allows you to get the necessary tasks done in a reasonable period of time. The lightweight design makes it easy to stow on decks without worry.

Reduce Concerns Over Sea Conditions

Lowering or raising anything from the sea bottom can be a concern if the seas begin to get rough and unruly. It can prove dangerous for the crane and anyone operating the equipment. An inline compensator helps keep you stabilized and able to continue in rougher water conditions. You no longer have to wait for ideal conditions in small windows of time.

Comfortably Handle Up to 3,500-Foot Depths

Compensators made by companies like PRT Offshore are consistently used in ocean depths of at least 3,500-feet like the Gulf of Mexico. You can feel confident that most offshore applications will be handled without incident. The equipment has a long track record for being dependable and safe.

Rent or Purchase for Affordability

If you find that the need for an inline compensator is sporadic, renting might be a better option. It can save you money and help you get the job done as it’s needed. Purchase or rental options are available to work with your project budget.

Don’t let things like heave or rough seas throw you off in getting the job done on your offshore operation. Get the job done faster and safer with fewer hassles. The tangible difference made by having the right equipment will make a huge difference in outcome.