Testing the water: Auxilium visits Aquacentrum Den Helder
Zaltbommel, 21 April 2017 – With a recent contract to design, construct and install fit for purpose equipment for an underwater safety centre, Auxilium Offshore staff paid a visit to diving tower “Triton 12” in Aquacentrum Den Helder, The Netherlands.
This 13m diameter and 9m deep diving tower is comparable to the new build facility in Asia and is frequently used by national and international clients for training and certification purposes.
The Auxilium Offshore staff is making good progress on the design of the recently awarded contract and was literally ready to test the water. The visit to “Triton 12” was mainly aimed to assess whether the engineered components would perform according to standards in a real-life environment. For this purpose several simulations and tests were executed and evaluated on site.
Furthermore, the practical recommendations of the experienced instructors and staff of Aquacentrum Den Helder were recorded to ensure that the design incorporates useful and functional solutions for the future users.
Auxilium Offshore puts great value on integrating practical and workable functionalities into their engineered solutions. With an optimum combination of theoretical and practical features in their design, clients and end-users gain maximum benefit of their mission equipment.
Auxilium Offshore wishes to thank the staff of Aquacentrum Den Helder for sharing their expertise and the pleasant co-operation!
More information on “Triton 12” can be found on http://www.aquacentrumdenhelder.nl/duiktoren-triton-12