IDRONAUT S.r.l , established in 1982, is a world leader in the design, manufacturing and support of high-performance and innovative oceanographic sensors and instrumentation, with particular attention to CTD multiparameter probes. Our main goal is our customers` complete satisfaction and, to achieve it, we always provide them with our innovative high-performance solutions as well as our excellent technical support. Our best advertisement is our worldwide customers’ satisfaction.
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- Water Monitoring and Testing
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- Globally (various continents)
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IDRONAUT S.r.l. was established in 1982, for the development of innovative marine instrumentation. Today the Company employs 10 people, most of whom are engineers and technologists primarily involved in research and development projects. Personnel have been selected from both industrial and research backgrounds, to ensure that the company maintains its wide ranging expertise in the fields of :
- Marine Chemistry
- Computer Science & Software
- Sesor Design
- Chemical and Physical Oceanography
The majority of the research carried out by Idronaut, has been self financed through the sale of Idronaut products.Customers include major National research agencies, Universities and commercial organisations in Europe, North America and the Far East, where the company is also supported by local sales distributors.Based on the company's high level of internal research, Idronaut has been able to introduce a number of innovative products into the marine instrument market place.
These include a series of low maintenance full ocean depth (7000 m) fast response sensors, incorporating a high specification seven ring conductivity cell and Oxygen sensor (no pump required), an In situ Trace Metals Analyser, Benthic Chamber and a Data Telemetry profiling buoy, for which Idronaut's pioneering development work has been acknowledged by the scientific community both in Italy and abroad.