Our Technology

Tools for Tomorrow’s World

Rototech is focused on the sustainability of tomorrow’s world. At the core of our industry, fossil fuels remain as prevalent as ever, that’s why we’ve developed technologies designed specifically at maintaining offshore assets to ensure the highest standards of safety are maintained, reducing the risk of oil spills and other ecological disasters as well as reducing the carbon footprint whilst performing the task.

Our technology also extends into the renewable energy industry, namely offshore wind turbines. In the harsh conditions at sea, it’s crucial that all assets, whether fossil fuel or renewable, are maintained at a low-cost and with as little environmental impact as possible.

Rototech’s innovative robotic devices are therefore designed to be compact, lightweight and robust enough to work in some of the most challenging offshore environments, allowing for more thorough inspections and repairs in the hardest to reach, and most dangerous areas whilst being Zone 2 compliant where needed.

The lightweight, modular designs further help to reduce the cost of transportation, maintenance and the number of personnel necessary to install and operate the devices effectively, paving the way for far more sustainable offshore maintenance.

Latest Models

We currently have five versions of our technology in production.

Designed for cleaning, visual inspection and wall thickness measurements on conductors, piles, risers and Caissons.

Built for a multitude of functions for the lifelong maintenance of an offshore conductor, riser, caisson or platform leg.

Our smallest and most lightweight device for cleaning and inspecting smaller sizes of pipe.

Designed for close visual inspection and wall thickness measurements using phased array. Repair abilities being developed.

Designed specifically for the inspection of pipelines on the seabed, with the ability to perform high specification Phased Array testing and pipeline repair.

Designed for inspection of jetty pilings from above water through the tidal zone down to seabed. Roto Piler inspects, measures and repairs the piles whether vertical or battered.

Latest Models

We currently have five versions of our technology in production.

Designed for cleaning, visual inspection and wall thickness measurements on conductors, piles, risers and Caissions.

Built for a multitude of functions for the lifelong maintenance of an offshore conductor, riser, caisson or platform leg.

Roto Climber MK 1 Mini

Roto Climber® MK 1 Mini

Our smallest and most lightweight device for cleaning and inspecting smaller sizes of pipe.

Designed for cleaning, visual inspection and wall thickness measurements on conductors, piles, risers and Caissions.

Designed specifically for the inspection of pipelines on the seabed, with the ability to perform high specification Phased Array testing.

roto-climber-mk-2

Roto Piler

Designed for tidal zone inspection and repair of jetty pilings.

The Roto Climber technology has been developed to robotically execute cleaning, inspections and repair services to a depth of 200-300 meters plus below sea level and to the platform deck level.

Reduce Your Maintenance Costs by up to 6.3x with Rototech

Traditional estimated costs are based on Asian zones. In the Middle East and North Sea these costs are higher.

Traditional $36.8k

Vessel daily rate, fuel & personnel costs.

Traditional methods are hazardous and carbon intensive.

Roto Climber MK 1 $5.8k

Personnel costs and equipment working rent

6.3x Cheaper

Roto Climber MK 2 $6.3k

Personnel costs and equipment working rent

5.8x Cheaper