deep ocean Equipment in Mongolia

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  • Location: Asia & Middle East ×

  • Location: Mongolia ×

Ocean Gliders

by Fastwave

A New Paradigm in Marine Data Acquisition. Ocean gliders provide dynamic, high density data sampling from the water column in near real-time, enabling timely, quantitative assessment of the environmental risks associated with dredge plumes, oil spills, outfall discharges, sediment run-off, drilling discharges etc.

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion

by Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTEC)

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 ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a process that can produce electricity by using the temperature difference between deep cold ocean water and warm tropical surface waters. OTEC plants pump large quantities of deep cold seawater and surface seawater to run a power cycle and produce electricity. OTEC is firm power (24/7), is a clean energy ...

MetOcean - Surface Velocity Program (SVP)

by METOCEAN Data Systems Limited

The MetOcean Surface Velocity Program (SVP) drifting buoy is a Lagrangian current-following drifter designed to track the water currents (15 meters deep) beneath the ocean surface. Developed for unattended operation in the oceans of the world, the SVP consists of sensors to acquire meteorological and oceanographic data, a battery power source, and ...

DOE - P150 - Portable Needlefish System

by Deep Ocean Engineering (DOE) Inc.

Highly Maneuverable in Confined Areas: Portable system designed for underwater inspections ,NDT and small object retrieval in areas such as recirculation piping. The P150 open design allows easy integration of additional sensors and cameras. Two Horizontal and Two“ vertrans” thrusters. No electronics in the subunit ensures reliability ...

Seawater District Cooling

by Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTEC)

Seawater District Cooling (SDC) is a proven clean method of air-conditioning buildings, using cold deep seawater in place of polluting standard refrigerants.

Buoys

by InterOcean Systems

InterOcean systems provides a line of aluminum buoys and steel buoys to provide rugged floatation for a variety of offshore and oceanographic applications.The Series 1800 Aluminum Subsurface Buoys are designed to provide buoyancy for taut mooring of instrument packages in coastal waters, bays, rivers, harbors, lakes and reservoirs. All Series 1800 ...

DOE - T4H - ROV Systems

by Deep Ocean Engineering (DOE) Inc.

T4H is a lightweight, portable ROV designed for inspectionsurvey in water depths to 300 meters. PhantomXTL owners can operate the T4H using their existingtopside. T4H combines proven technologies from therange of Deep Ocean Engineering manufactured ROV’s and is fabricatedusing modern marine grade aluminum and plastic material.The chassis is ...

DOE PHANTOM - Firefly - ROV Systems

by Deep Ocean Engineering (DOE) Inc.

Sized to inspect through and below the top guide and core plate. A small portable system designed specifically for the inspection of BWR reactors’core plate via stub tube or removed fuel bundle. Torque balanced thrusters provide a high degree of control and maneuverability in the confined environments of a reactor. No electronics in the ...

NOMAD Buoy

by AXYS Technologies Inc.

The NOMAD (Navy Oceanographic Meteorological Automatic Device) 6m hull was originally designed in the 1940’s for the U.S. Navy’s offshore data collection program. The AXYS NOMAD is a modified version of this well-proven original design, the result of AXYS’ many years experience with Canada’s deep ocean stations.

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