What does a Subsea Bullseye do?

Subsea Bullseyes are slope indicators or inclinometers used to measure the incline angle of subsea structures and equipment.

The diagram below shows the components of the bullseye, an explanation of how to take readings and interperet these can be found here I-TECH Users Guide.

Bullseye Components

I-TECH Subsea Bullseyes are avialable in a variety of sizes and inclination measurement ranges (see product range) to suit every subsea application - if your requirements are not met by our standard range see bespoke design.

Where is a Subsea Bullseye used?

Bullseyes are used widely by the Oil & Gas Industry on subsea equipment such as:

  • Blow Out Preventers (BOPs)
  • Risers
  • Subsea Christmas Trees
  • LMRPs
  • Manifolds
  • Suction Piles
  • PLEMS/PLETS
  • Habitats

I-TECH Subsea Bullseyes can be used in depths up to 6000m (20,000ft), see our pressure test certificate here.

Ordering

I-TECH Subsea Bullseyes are available globally through our distributors.

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Contact Us

I-TECH Subsea Bullseyes are manufactured in the UK and exported globally.
TEL: +44 (0) 141 332 1331
FAX: +44 (0) 141 332 3129
E-mail: sales@subseabullseye.com