Built from Cellula’s experience in the design and development of various subsea drill systems, the following subsystems are also available as components. If necessary, these proven designs can be easily adapted to client-specified requirements.
Cellula’s hydraulic tool arms are designed to accurately and quickly pick up tools from a carousel and present them to the drill head assembly. In combination with Cellula’s automation software, these actions can be completed without the need for operator intervention.
Three-action foot clamps support drill casing and tools during drill string extension and retraction. A “stuck joint twist” can apply up to 4000 Nm of torque.
The control canister receives commands from the surface computers, collects data from sensors and creates the driving signals to actuate hydraulic valves.Whether you want a full robotic system or an upgrade to an existing robot for a small number of new joints or sensors; our control canisters can reliably provide the processing power you need up to 3000 meters under the sea. Control canisters can be provided in either Aluminum or Stainless Steel pressure vessels.
The Human-Machine Interface (HMI), is the means by which the operator commands the robot and how the robot reports to the operator. It is common for our HMI products to incorporate a touchscreen for intuitive control and its simplicity.The display on the touchscreen is generally augmented by several video feeds. However, a goal of our HMI products it to facilitate confidence in continuing or recovering the job at hand despite loss of visibility.