deep ocean Equipment in Mongolia

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MIDAS - Model CTD+ - Multiparameter Profiler

by Valeport Ltd     based in Totnes, UNITED KINGDOM

The MIDAS CTD+ is a revolutionary Multiparameter CTD, with a wide choice of standard sensors. Featuring Valeport's latest 400 Series electronics, the CTD+ will sample all fitted sensors at exactly the same instant, at up to 8Hz. Advanced setup software allows a variety of sampling regimes including burst modes, delay starts, and conditional ...

Deep SUNA - Nitrate Sensor

by Satlantic LP     based in Halifax, NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA)

The Deep SUNA nitrate sensor is the ultimate solution for monitoring nitrate concentrations with AUV's in deep ocean environments.

Deep-Water Acoustic Positioning Beacons

by Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI)     based in Cataumet, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Primarily used by Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) drilling vessels

Model AMAR - Compact Ocean Observatory

by JASCO Applied Sciences (Canada) Ltd.     based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Capture both acoustic and oceanographic data in real-time, be it for scientific research or environmental monitoring. The Observer is an underwater observatory combining superior acoustic data quality and multi-sensor data streaming: Acoustic and oceanographic sensors in one compact system. Real-time data streaming via cabled or wireless ...

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 ...

Aquadopp - Model 3000 m - Versatile Ocean Current Meter

by NortekUSA     based in Annapolis, MARYLAND (USA)

The 3000m Aquadopp is designed for deployments down to 3000m and it has all the capabilities of the standard Aquadopp. It is a modern, yet well-proven instrument and it undoubtedly the most versatile single-point current meter on the market. Relative to the standard system, it has a larger diameter (about 84mm vs. 75mm) but it is still made of all ...

Aquadopp - Model 6000 m - Versatile Ocean Current Meter

by NortekUSA     based in Annapolis, MARYLAND (USA)

The 6000m Aquadopp is 'the big brother' in the line of Aquadopp models. The all-titanium mechanical housing is built to last at great ocean depths. The overall design is the results of a testing and verification process that has included many of the world's largest oceanographic institutions.

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. It 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 depend on fossil ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.     based in Kailua, HAWAII (USA)

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), a clean energy ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion – OTEC

by Bluerise     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a marine renewable energy technology that harnesses the solar energy absorbed by the oceans. OTEC generates electricity by exchanging heat with the warm water from the ocean surface and with the cold water from the deep ocean. The exchanged heat drives a Rankine Cycle, which converts it to electricity. The ...

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