Competence in hydraulic systems requires both theoretical knowledge, knowledge of products, and not the least, long experience and practical insight.

We have built up up this competence over several decades.

This makes us able to design complex hydraulic systems and handle situations that could arise related to repairs, service and start-up.

Overlapping competence between electronics and hydraulics is also very important, and often a key to success that has enabled us to make advanced products like the compact launch and recovery system (LARS – for mini submarines) which we made a while back, or the new, compact Fuel&Lube system with several electrically driven cable winches for replenishing chase vessels with fuel and oil in open waters.