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CONTROS Systems & Soluions GmbH

  • Instrumentation / Ship Systems-Oxygen Meters/Sensors

Locations

Kiel Germany

Wischhofstraße 1-3, Bld. 2
Kiel 24148
Germany

The Kiel based CONTROS Systems & Solutions GmbH develops, produces and markets in-situ underwater sensor systems to detect hydrocarbons (e.g. methane), CO2, dissolved oxygen, Total Alkalinity, pH and fully integrated systems down to full ocean depth to gather the most efficient and reliable data in any condition and in combination with data logging and software solutions.


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