Important Announcement:

Prime Marine Services Inc. has brought on the Model 48" Steel Pipe Cutter which will be able to cut piles of a huge diameter above and below water. This cutter is used for offshore platform demolition and has the capability of cutting piers with a diameter of 39" platform leg compounded layers. Inquire on all cuts over 39". To request the service of a Prime® Concrete Pile Cutter on your next job, please contact:


Prime Marine Services Inc.  Leon Trudeau  
312 S. Bernard road  Cell: 337-316-0482  
Broussard. LA  Email: leon@primemarineinc.com  
70518    
    
Phone: 337-8376500    
Fax: 337-837-6511Toll Free: 1-877-837-6511    


Breaking Ground With Stolt Offshore Inc.

At approximately 90 feet under water, the Offshore Cutter cut a 42" leg inside of a collapsed platform in the Gulf of Mexico.  It tore through the 1" pipe - 3" grout - 1" pipe platform leg within minutes!

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Onshore Abandoned Platform Demolition Test

The Offshore Cutter is the flagship of the Prime® Pile cutter line. It is designed to remotely cut offshore platform (jacket) piles above or below water. Unit comes complete with Power Pack & 450' of hose, hose reel, biodegradable hydraulic oil, and bio-grease.

Click here for Photos of an Abandoned Platform Demolition

Onshore Conductor Demolition Test

The Offshore Cutter is the flagship of the Prime® Pile Cutter line. It is designed to shear 24" (60 cm) to 36" (90 cm) offshore platform steel conductors filled with grout, and is remotely operated from the surface. Unit comes complete with Power Pack, 450' of hose, Hose Reel, biodegradable hydraulic oil, and bio-grease.

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Offshore Platform Demolition

The model 48" is the Flagship of the Prime® Pile Cutter line. It is designed to shear piers, offshore platforms and steel conductors filled with grout.  This unit comes complete with 330 HP Hydraulic Power Pack, 500' hydraulic hose reel, 48" PCPC and is wired remote controlled from the surface.

Click here for Photos of the Platform Demolition