JFD offers a comprehensive range of testing services for research, development and demonstration purposes.
We offer a comprehensive range of services for research, development, testing and demonstration of high and low pressure applications.
Our operating procedures, test equipment, recording and monitoring are regularly audited and re-approved to ensure the highest standards.
Considerable investments in the variety and capacity of test vessels within NHC testing have been made over the past 5 years, making our facilities amongst the biggest in the world. All our test equipment and chambers can be precisely controlled and monitored giving incredibly accurate test results.
The variety of chambers mean we can pressure test a wide range of equipment of all shapes and sizes such as subsea control modules, umbilicals, valves, actuators, ROV and submersible vehicles, buoyancy control devices and underwater housings. We have full instrumentation and logging facilities on site as well as craneage.
- Altitude Testing
- Diving Equipment Testing
- Gas Leak Detection
- Hyperbaric Testing
- Nitrogen/Helium Testing
- Submersible Testing and Trials
- Subsea Cable Testing
- Subsea Umbilical Testing
- Subsea Valve Testing
- Subsea Winch and Wire Testing
JFD's National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC) - Flythrough Video
Published 16 July 2021
Flythrough of JFD's National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC) showcasing its impressive testing and trials facilities based in Aberdeen including the Large Work Chamber and Saturation Diving System.
James Fisher Offshore ICLT test
James Fisher Offshore (JFO) needed to be able to test and demonstrate their innovative cutting tool, Internal Cut and Lift Technology (ICLT), in a controlled and safe water environment.
Strainstall cable test
To be able to conduct the hydrostatic pressure test and have it witnessed remotely by client independent accreditation body within the confines of COVID-19 protocols.
Submarine hull testing
JFD was commissioned to test a submarine hull at their National Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen, UK. Due to the length of the submarine hull, the work chamber door had to be removed by our gantry crane then refitted once the submarine was inside the work chamber.