Global’s initial SAT I system, rated to 600 feet, is equipped with a diver reclaim process. It is designed to accommodate a six-person dive crew with an emergency HRC chamber that can also be used for crew changes without bringing the entire system to surface depth.
SAT I is a smaller portable system, making it ideally suited for inland projects that require trucking to difficult locations, or for mobilization on smaller dive support vessels. This system is configured for a side mate – end launch diving bell.
SAT II is designed to accommodate a 6-person dive crew and is rated to 800 feet. The system is equipped with diver reclaim and is configured for top loading – side launch. It has two dedicated living chambers as well as an HRC / coming out chamber. It is outfitted with a IMO-approved, self-launch system. The system and support equipment are maintained in accordance with IMCA recommendations.
SAT III is rated to 1,000 feet. It is IMCA compliant and equipped with a complete system reclaim. The system can accommodate a 9-person dive team.
SAT IV is rated to 1,000 feet. The system is equipped with diver gas reclaim and is configured for top loading – end launch. It is designed to accommodate a 6-person dive team with an HRC / coming out chamber. It is equipped with an IMO-approved, self-launch system. The system and support equipment is maintained in accordance with IMCA recommendations.
All systems are modular with components transportable by land, sea, or air. Modularity and versatile launch configurations minimize their required footprint area. They can accommodate compact decks and complete installations in limited and challenging spaces.