Established 1984, we have more than 30 years of subsea experience. We pride ourselves on delivering high customer satisfaction through always successfully completing our missions.
Eriksson Diving AB is a firm believer in high quality standards, in order to achieve performance for our customers as well as ourselves. Safety is an integrated part of company activities, and we train and encourage all personnel to think safety first.
With three ROV systems and a pair of side scan sonars we are well equipped to handle a wide range of mission types. The systems we operate range from our flagship Sea Eye Panther XTP and a Sea Eye Surveyor Plus, to a smaller, nimble, Sea Eye Falcon DR.Our ROV systems
Our ROV systems in conjunction with our sonar capabilities enables us to handle various different missions such as inspections, excavations, surveys and search and recovery.Services we offer
All missions present their own unique challenges. While we have a wide range extra equipment available, sometimes this isn't enough. If such a situation arises we source external equipment or custom build it ourselves.
We have both hardware and software creation capabilities.
Eriksson Diving was contracted to a search and recovery of military equipment; two exercise missiles, to be located and subsequently salvaged in 100 meter deep water.
Contract was awarded by a major defense contractor and was accomplished using in-house equipment.
Klein 3000 dual type side scan sonar towfishes (100/500 for area coverage and high resolution 500/900 for identification) was used in conjuction with Navipac PRO survey software for the search and localization of the targets.
The recovery was performed by the use of dual ROV systems and USBL. A key part was the Panther XTP with its Schilling Orion 7P/RHD 5 manipulators.
In addition to the technical competence and equipment, Eriksson Diving AB supplied all neessary logistical parts of the mission: vessel, survey personnel and ROV operators.
Our passion for maritime history involves aircrafts and shipwrecks that have gone missing in the past. Side scan sonar and ROV surveys has been conducted on numerous objects. Recently we have located the remains of the German vessel S/S Doritha, sunk in 1916 by a Russian torpedo. It was found inside swedish borders at a depth of 175m.