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  • axial pull equipment
  • Electrical Components-Fiber Optics
  • manufacturing capabilities




SEA CON has always undertaken the challenge of not only providing what the markets require today, but also tomorrow and achieves this by identifying and providing solutions for technology gaps within a market. A prime example of this is SEA CON’s commitment to supporting the use of fiber optics within the Oil & Gas industry through the development of dry-mate optical products including the MINI-CON and OPTI-CON connector series, the highly successful underwater mateable HYDRALIGHT connector and even the down-hole multi channel fiber optic G3 connector series. To achieve this broad spectrum of products supply and service, the SEA CON Group has six globally located manufacturing facilities, each staffed with highly experienced design/development teams. SEA CON maintains multiple CNC machining departments, routinely manufacturing electrical contacts to components weighing hundreds of pounds. SEA CON also has several molding departments with a wide variety of composites/elastomers and an in-house glass to metal sealing facility. To complement our design and manufacturing capabilities, SEA CON has extensive in-house testing capabilities that includes, electrical, optical, dimensional, pressure, shock, vibration, axial pull equipment all with experienced staff. To support its products in the field SEA CON provides a 24/7 field service support through its many highly trained field service teams who can provide an immediate and professional response to any service requirement in any location at very short notice.


SEA CON has been providing products and services to many harsh environmental markets over the years with some of the most leading edge solutions available in the market. This focus on technology can be traced back many years through products like the ALL-WET connector series. These connectors not only provided the market with the ability to mate electrical connectors ‘wet’, but gave the flexibility of connecting multiple individual instruments, lights etc into a single interface connection point on a control pod with the further development of the ‘split’ ALL-WET connector range. As markets change SEA CON has adapted existing products to meet market needs. The MSS range has been one of the main product lines for SEA CON, providing high contact density and a variety of power and signal configurations. This series has also provided SEA CON with the ability to comply with the requirements of American Petroleum Institute (API) standards with the inclusion of ‘test ports’ at seal interface, critical in today’s offshore drilling industry. SEA CON understands the importance of not only developing technology but also ensuring that the technology is qualified in accordance with the appropriate specifications for the applicable markets. This understanding and experience has been gained through many Technology Qualification Programs (TQP’s) conducted by SEA CON for products including the MINI-CON and the HYDRALIGHT connectors as well as the SEA CON Precision Hose system to name a few.

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