Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Engineered Syntactic Systems Expands Buoyancy Offering

By Marine Technology Reporter

Engineered Syntactic Systems (ESS), a supplier of foam buoyancy solutions, announced plans to extend its line of syntactic products to support more traditional oceanographic implementations. The addition of modular product options enables ESS to supply more customers with great performance in a wider range of densities.  The team at ESS has been serving the oceanographic industry for more than 30 years. As a supplier of flotation technologies for advanced customer applications, ESS combines engineering, design and manufacturing know-how to deliver the best depth performance in the business - from the surface to depths of 11,000m. ESS syntactics are lightweight, engineered foams designed to withstand significant hydrostatic pressure while delivering optimum performance.
“We are expanding our product offering to provide customers with a one-stop-shop for best-in-class buoyancy products,” said Thomas Murray, managing partner at Engineered Syntactic Systems. “We recently discovered that there is a need for readily available, off-the-shelf products such as cable floats and Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) buoys. We are nimble enough to respond quickly and work closely with customers to provide cost-effective solutions that will address these needs.” 


(As published in the March 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter -

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