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Increasing Global Demand for OSIL Sediment Grabs

Veen grab (available in various sizes and bucket configurations), with recent shipments going to academic and government organizations, as well as commercial outfits, for use on site investigations, baseline surveys, dredge monitoring and deep sea mining projects. All grabs are manufactured from 316 Stainless Steel with optional ballast weights available for increased penetration, as well as landing tables to aid sample recovery for more complex designs. Bucket sieves and sieving tables are also available.The robust sediment grab range compliments OSIL’s catalog of larger sediment sampling equipment

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MacArtney Unveils New Connectors

Group has launched its latest connectivity series, TrustLink Metal Shell Connectors, now in stock across the globe.The TrustLink (MS) series includes cutting-edge power and signal connectivity solutions for critical subsea and offshore applications. The TrustLink MS series is manufactured from stainless steel and comes in three shell sizes compatible with industry standards. Suitable for the harshest of marine environments due to their rugged reliability and high-density these compact modular designed connectors are easy to use and designed to fit where limited space is a factor, the manufacturer

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Teledyne Bowtech: Lamps for the Five Deeps Expedition

achieve all of the above, significant and considerable analysis and testing was conducted to ensure suitability and reliability in the field.Developed from the standard LED-V-Series lamp, the LED-1153 is a high quality underwater floodlight constructed from hard anodized 6082-T6 aluminium and 316L stainless steel with an acrylic window. The LED-1153 is pressure compensated with silicon fluid and has a maximum operating depth of 11,000 meters. Due to its complex and bespoke design, it must be used in conjunction with a pressure compensation system

Installation of water level measuring station, Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea (Photo: MacArtney)

New Water Level Measuring Stations in the Wadden Sea

data by utilizing an ultrasonic wind speed and direction sensor. Five of the units included pressure sensors to determine the changing water levels for the purposes of data collection, with the further use of the results for hydrodynamic modeling.These measuring stations each consist of a 2.5 m long stainless steel pole that is vertically anchored in the tidal flats. The pressure sensors are positioned approximately 20 cm above the seabed to determine the changing water levels. On the upper part of the pole, protected by stainless steel housing, are the secure and waterproof mounted Tide Master device

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OSIL Supply US Antarctic Program with Multi Corer

assessment worldwide. The corer is universally acknowledged as being the only way of reliably collecting a truly undisturbed sediment sample from the seabed.The multiple corer is hydrostatically damped to control the speed of descent of the core tubes into the sediment, and is constructed from stainless steel. The system features detachable core assemblies, which enables the core tubes (or if necessary the entire core tube assembly) to be removed from the corer for analysis or storage. The core tubes are sealed top and bottom once the sample has been taken, allowing rapid retrieval of the corer without

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Mooring Installation Highlights Thordon's Range

system is now successfully operating offshore Libya.”One recent renewable energy project included the installation of Thordon bearings for the main turbine shafts of the 2MW OCEAN_2G tidal energy platform launched by Spain’s Mgallenes Renewables last year in Vigo bay, Spain.A specialized stainless steel cladding solution was chosen to protect the 600mm (23.622”) diameter shaft, and Thordon’s COMPAC elastomeric polymer alloy bearings were selected to ensure the longest possible life in an unpredictable and demanding open ocean environment.George Morrison, Thordon Bearings’

New Model 810 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Industrial Fluid Rotary Union (Image: Moog Focal)

Moog Focal Rolls Out New Fluid Rotary Union

rolling element bearings, ideal for long endurance applications and low maintenance. Filled PTFE based seals run on a hardened surface to provide long service life, minimizing frictional heat generation and operational torque. For marine applications, the Model 810 is available in hybrid and fully stainless steel versions for added corrosion protection. This Fluid Rotary Union can be easily combined with Moog electrical and optical slip rings, contains pass isolation and cross channel flow prevention, and has been tested up to 5 million revolutions

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New Range of Underwater Connectors

marine energy and oceanographic research with its range of connectors which are watertight, reliable and long-lasting thanks to their mechanical robustness and resistance to vibration, shock and corrosion. For its marine connectors, SOURIAU uses many different kinds of material such as bronze, stainless steel, titanium and Super Duplex steel. As well as custom products developed in collaboration with customers, we offer connector ranges suitable for most applications.Vincent Mansour, Product Manager Marine, said, "Marine connectors contribute to system reliability by facilitating maintenance

Sonardyne 6G Wideband Acoustics allows simultaneous operations by  multiple platforms. (Courtesy Sonardyne International)

Digital Ocean: Making Subsea Data More Easily Accessible

of SMART is flexibility and configurability, and the ability to connect to different sensors and data sources is an integral part of the SMART product line. However, these are not the only options: SMART is available in a range of materials from aluminum and aluminum bronze through super-duplex stainless steel for the highest possible corrosion resistance. Other options include longer ‘maxi’ housings for increased battery capacity and different connector types and, if required, other functions, including acoustic positioning, can be added to the monitoring system.   Technology Platforms

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Unique Multiple Corer for Project in Papua New Guinea

be transported by helicopter. The frame can easily be broken down into two stackable pieces that allows the overall shipping height of the corer to be greatly reduced, and enables quick reassembly of the system ready for deployment.   The hydrostatically damped Multi Corer is constructed from stainless steel and features detachable core assemblies, which enables the core tubes (or if necessary the entire core tube assembly) to be removed from the corer for analysis or storage. The core tubes are sealed top and bottom once the sample has been taken, allowing rapid retrieval of the corer without jeopardizi

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OSIL Delivers Multi Corer for China’s XMU

delivered a 12 station Multiple Corer to XMU University in China.   The hydrostatically damped Multi Corer is capable of collecting up to 12 samples simultaneously, which include a high-quality sediment sample and the overlying supernatant water.    The corer is constructed from stainless steel and features detachable core assemblies, which enables the core tubes (or if necessary the entire core tube assembly) to be removed from the corer for analysis or storage. The core tubes are sealed top and bottom once the sample has been taken, allowing rapid retrieval of the corer without jeopardizi

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