The Billy Pugh X-904: Setting the Standard in Offshore Personnel Transfer
LHR Marine Ltd.
platforms, Marine Equipment, marine safety
The X-904 Offshore Personnel Transfer Net has quickly become the industry standard for offshore personnel transfer. When Billy Pugh Co. first developed and tested the X-904 Offshore Personnel Transfer Net they were working with both a major operator and a large offshore drilling contractor. The objective was to keep the best parts of the personnel net but add additional safety features that would eliminate or reduce the most common incidents occurring during offshore transfer operations.
It has been 5 years and the X-904 Offshore Personnel Transfer Net has surpassed any other Billy Pugh Co. personnel nets in sales and has exceeded expectations and projections. The X-904 Offshore Personnel Transfer Net is now being used by almost every major contractor and driller in the world. The years of research Billy Pugh Co. did before producing the first unit for have paid off and the feedback and input from customers was the largest component in the development of this extremely successful endeavour.
After two years in service the X-904 Offshore Personnel Transfer Net should come back to shore in order to have a certified third party inspection and refurbishment. This can be done at LHR Marine in Aberdeen and it is recommended there are a maximum of 3 refurbishments before replacement of the unit.
In addition to offering Marine Safety Products, LHR Marine’s reputation for selling Mooring Equipment is well known internationally and they also represent top quality manufacturers of: Working at Height Equipment, Anti-Slip Solutions, Lifting & Handling Equipment, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Industrial Supplies and Workwear. LHR Marine’s recent successes include global agreements with major subsea shipping companies and international mooring companies which have been established from their service provision for over the last ten years from Aberdeen, Scotland and Perth, Australia.
, marine safety