Scour prevention and Rectification

Design & Manufacture

SSCS Designs and Manufactures its Frond Scour Control Systems for all types of Subsea and Underwater Installations.

The SSCS Frond Systems are used globally for applications including Offshore Wind turbine foundations, cables and other structures; subsea pipelines, platform legs and umbillicals for the offshore Oil & Gas sector; Inshore Civil sector requirements; Environmental projects; and for the protection of Archaeological sites.

The SSCS Frond Mats are made in-house and can be manufactured to any shape and size and to suit various deployment methods, including removing the need for diver or ROV intervention during installation.

SSCS is able to provide advice and solutions designed for specific projects related to existing and planned installations, and use of our 'self-maintaining' Frond Mats eliminates the requirements for ongoing maintenance programmes and procedures.

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Supply, Hire, Testing & Inspection Services

SSCS Lifting Inspects, Tests and Certifies Lifting Equipment as well as Manufacturing, Servicing, and Supplying all types of Lifting Equipment.

Our Clients enjoy the benefits that Quality Products coupled with a First Class Service at competitive prices can bring.

As full members of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) we work to the LEEA Procedures and to BS EN ISO 9001 (assessed by LRQA).

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Supporting Great Yarmouth

Seabed Scour Control Systems Ltd is an active member of the Tidal Defences Business Partnership launched in February 2015 to represent the local business community working with the public sector to raise awareness and support for a crucial multi-million-pound tidal defences scheme in Great Yarmouth.

The partnership is actively helping partners, including potential funders and other businesses, to understand the significance of effective tidal defences to the regional and local economies, and the vast future business growth potential the scheme underpins.

The initial part of the £28m first phase is now complete, with work continuing on this fully-funded first phase. The second part of the first phase started in May and is making great progress on site ready for anchoring of the existing river wall and new sheet pile installation.

Please do not hesitate to contact our Sales Manager, Adam Tucker, for more information, and keep up to date with future progress by visiting our News and Gallery pages, and by visiting the group website at .