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GREENAWAY MARINE LTD

  • Science & Research-Oceanography / Oceanology

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GREENAWAY MARINE LTD

UNITS 17/18, BASSET DOWN WORKSHOPS, HAY LANE,
SWINDON WILTSHIRE SN4 9QP
United Kingdom

Greenaway Marine manufacture the Subsea Module system of underwater housings/enclosures to house electronic measuring systems, video equipment, or any item our customers need to keep dry when underwater, to depths 100, 300, 1000 meters and deeper if required.

Full range of connectors can be fitted to allow data and power to the Subsea Modules.

We have been in business for over 40 years with all production and machining in house, including finishing processes like powder coating and anodising, and pressure testing.


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