disconnectable

See: divisible
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90 each of lubricant grease, dielectric silicone compound, for premolded disconnectable rubber components.
NOV engineers and manufactures advanced fluids pumping, treatment and processing systems; composite piping systems; cranes and deck machinery; and sophisticated, disconnectable turret mooring systems for FPSOs and related vessels.
NOV engineers and manufactures advanced fluids pumping, treatment and processing systems; composite piping systems; cranes and deck machinery and sophisticated, disconnectable turret mooring systems for FPSOs and related vessels.
Shell says this will be the first time a turret and disconnectable buoy is configured with lazy wave risers in order to unlock oil production in ultra-deepwaters.
JST Corporation (Waukegan, IL) has announced its PBV Series wire-to-board, crimp style disconnectable connectors, which provide suitable performance even in high vibration conditions.
3) Disconnectable Turret: Anchorage system which enables the FPSO to be detached and towed away in the event of an approaching hurricane.
The new build FPSO was ordered to operate in deep water (>350 metres) with a disconnectable double-skinned hull to comply with the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships.
Launch Control, with fully disconnectable ESC and traction control, is also part of the package.
Ultra Deepwater Mooring & SCR Solution for Disconnectable FPSOs Hugh Banon, BP Americas; Philippe Lavagna, Xavier Connaulte, Single Buoy Moorings
The new GVH Series wire-to-board, crimp style disconnectable connectors recently introduced by JST Corporation offer subminiature size and reliable contact construction for high density applications.
The GVH Series wire-to-board, crimp style disconnectable connectors offer subminiature size and reliable contact construction for high density applications.
The Helix Producer 1 was recently fitted with a disconnectable transfer system (DTS) built by Flexible Engineering Solutions in Blyth.