Launch and Recovery System
OUCO launch and recovery systems (LARS) are designed to withstand harsh environments, increase the operational possibilities for remotely-operated vehicles, and optimize the deployment of research equipment.
Our launch and recovery systems deploy and recover ROVs, CTDs, seabed sampling equipment, and much more. Depths of operation can reach down to 4000 meters. A typical launch and recovery system may consist of an A-frame crane with heave-compensation, an umbilical winch, skid tie-down mounting plates, and an optional hydraulic power unit.
These machines will lower or drop equipment into the water, and lift it out once a mission is completed.
Why Choose OUCO As Your Launch and Recovery System Manufacturer?
Our LARS equipment is used by clients all over the world.
During production, we use all of our 40-year experience to design the perfect launch and recovery system. We collaborate with world-famous brands, visit annual industry exhibitions, and develop our own patents.
You can be sure that OUCO’s launch and recovery system is high-quality, efficient, and powerful.
Latest Finished Launch and Recovery System
The launch and recovery system is designed to execute a task that requires launch and recovery activities. It is installed at the rearmost part of the ship and uncomplicated to use, and provides outstanding performance when needed.
There are a lot of benefits when it comes to launch and recovery system, and the following are:
- Easy to maintain
- Low power expenditure
Accurate speed and load control
- Convenient system control
- Exceptional AHC power
Harmless working atmosphere
- By the use of hangar door, lower and upper doors can be closed throughout the operation.
- Ensure the safety of personnel
A launch and recovery system is very important because it helps to ensure the safety of your employees safety and equipment in case anything goes wrong.
It can be a lifesaver for all those involved during emergencies like fire.
- Natural disaster
- Recovering technical error
- Ensuring the access of security measures onboard
- Emergency responder
- Not just recovering people but also towing and pushing cargo
- When this system needs service, it can automatically raise the anchor from its underwater resting position