Saturday, February 4, 2023

BIRNS Aquamate

Posted by Irina Tabakina

BIRNS Aquamate LLC manufactures underwater electrical connectors, cable assemblies and cable terminations for offshore diving, oceanographic, seismic exploration and defense applications. The company produces a range of standard industry connectors such as the 5500 Series, SC, MC, LP, FAWL/FAWM and Rubber Molded. The firm also produces custom designs for special connector solutions.
BIRNS Aquamate Connectors are suited for medium power or signal use, or when weight and/or mechanical abuse are considerations. This series is molded of high-insulation neoprene that may be mated while wet or underwater. Aquamate connectors are also suitable for most nonmagnetic requirements. Circular and Low Profile formats are available, as are our Mini-Connector and Flat (FL) and FAWL designs. Male and female connectors are available in bulkhead and in-line configurations. Heat-treated beryllium copper sockets, gold plating and stainless steel bodies are standard; options include water-blocking and locking sleeves of durable Delrin or heavy-duty Stainless Steel.
www.birnsaquamate.com
 

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