New spooling unit available in Delmar’s equipment yard

A new 170 million t state-of-the-art spooling unit is now available at the Delmar Systems Pty. Ltd. equipment yard in Karratha, Western Australia to support mooring-related operations. This spooling unit is the largest available in the region and ideal for the increased size and length of rig and anchor handling vessel wires.

In addition to the new spooling unit, the 3000+ square metre facility in Karratha houses a large inventory of certified rental mooring hardware, anchor handling tools and equipment, and pre-lay mooring systems for use in mooring and subsea operations. All equipment is available with manufacturer’s certifications, provided with inspection certifications, and tracked in Delmar’s proprietary inventory database from date of purchase and throughout its service life.

“We are pleased to add this capability in addition to our large inventory of available mooring equipment to the Australian oil and gas industry. This addition will be vital to supporting our existing and future contracts in Western Australia,” said Andre Billstein, Delmar’s Australia Area Manager. Delmar maintains an additional equipment storage facility in Fremantle, WA.


Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

Published on 10/04/2015


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