Oceanographic Monitoring Equipment

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Pathfinder - Ocean Current and Oil Spill Tracking Drifter Buoy

by Fastwave     based in Subiaco, AUSTRALIA

The Pathfinder provides a compact, low-cost, easy to deploy and re-useable method to accurately track and model ocean currents and oil spills. It is a rapid response Self Locating Datum Marker Buoy (SLDMB) designed specifically for oil-spill response professionals. It provides in-situ, real-time tracking and temperature data of ocean currents and ...

Model TQ4400 - Tankscan System marine sampling system

by TQ Environmental Plc     based in Wakefield, UNITED KINGDOM

Multipoint (max 64 sample points) Ease of installation and set up Up to 8 different gas types can be monitored (using TQ4400 control unit) Class society approvals (Lloyds, ABS, DNV) Ease of maintenance (low running costs) User replaceable parts End of line valves to prevent line blockage in Ballast Tanks Reverse purge to keep lines clear ...

Ocean Surveyor ADCP

by Teledyne RD Instruments     based in Poway, CALIFORNIA (USA)

For over twenty years, Teledyne RD Instruments has been the preeminent supplier of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiling (ADCP) instrumentation for open ocean applications. Teledyne RDI’s vessel-mounted Ocean Surveyor family of ADCPs continues to raise the bar, collecting detailed maps of the distribution of water currents and suspended ...

Array For Real-Time Geostrophic Oceanography (ARGOS) Antenna

by Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc. (PME)     based in Vista, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Array for Real-time Geostrophic Oceanography (ARGOS) antenna is intended for use with oceanographic instruments that transmit data through the ARGOS satellite system. The antenna is fully waterproof and is capable of withstanding submersion in sea water to 2000 meter depths for extended periods of time.

Model 610 - Box Corer for Marine Geological Sampling

by Ocean Instruments, Inc.     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The BX-610 Box Corer is constructed of mild steel and is covered with an inorganic zinc compound and an epoxy primer and overcoat to protect against rust and corrosion. The unit holds a 0.062 m2 stainless steel sample box (20cm x 30 cm) and has a maximum penetration of 60 cm. Special features include: automatic door closing device, pretrip ...

Model 640 - Box Corer for Marine Geological Sampling

by Ocean Instruments, Inc.     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The BX-640 Corer is constructed of mild steel and is covered with an inorganic zinc compound and an epoxy primer and overcoat to protect against rust and corrosion. The unit holds a 0.16m2 stainless steel sample box (40cm x 40 cm) and has a maximum penetration of 60 cm. Special features include: automatic door closing device, pretrip preventer bar ...

SIS - Model RTM 4002 X - The Second Generation of Electronic Reversing Thermometer

by SiS Sensoren Instrumente Systeme GmbH     based in Schwentinental, GERMANY

The second generation of electronic Reversing Thermometers for water depths up to 10000 m.

SBM - Turret Mooring Systems

by SBM Offshore N.V.     based in Schiedam, NETHERLANDS

Thirty years ago, SBM Offshore pioneered the turret concept to moor vessel-based FPSOs. Since then we’ve installed nearly 50 turrets around the world. A turret mooring system is composed of a fixed turret column supported by an internal or external vessel structure via a bearing arrangement. The vessel-bound components can therefore freely ...

Simba 455 - IMagery & BAthymetry System for Hydrographical & Oceanographic Survey

by CSIP Ltd     based in Weymouth, UNITED KINGDOM

SIMBA 455 exists in three different configurations ranging from 45 - 50 to 55 m lenght and offers the following advantages: Dynamic positioning, Simultaneous use of sensors (Side Scan Sonar, Multi-beam Echo Sounder and SBP...), Use of different mission specific AUV and USV, Reduced operational costs, Reduced radiated ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion

by Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTEC)     based in Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a base-load renewable energy production process particularly suited for tropical zones. This proven technology uses the ocean's temperature differential between the warm surface water and the cold deep water to generate both electricity and potable water. This 24/7 energy production technology does not ...

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