- published: 30 Jan 2013
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Subsea ROV operations to remove a piece of metal from the riser pipe, piece is not removed in this video.
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Demonstration of Covercat's underwater coating application process.
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Commercial Diver, Ed Okun of Seahorse Diving, Inc. located in Florida USA is burning off a section of shell plate combing that surrounds the stabilizer box of a passenger ship. The section of plate was damaged during retraction of the fin stabilizer into the box. Seahorse Diving is a full service underwater ship husbandry company that has been in business for over 30 years. Ed has logged over 24000 hours under the water during a 35 year diving career as a military and qualified "Deep-Sea" commercial diver. www.seahorsediving.com
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Releasing a seized on steel wellhead tree cap underwater in the South China Sea, using a diamond wire saw.
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