ROVworld Subsea Information

Seatronics added dual head SeaBat 7125 to equipment
Date: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 @ 10:00:00 EDT

Seatronics added dual head SeaBat 7125 to equipmentSeatronics has firmly established itself as a global supplier of electronic subsea equipment to the Hydrographic, Environmental, Geophysical, Metocean, ROV and Diving industries. Continuous investment in the latest hardware has resulted in Seatronics having one of the lowest average age equipment pools. Seatronics has now invested in four Reson SeaBat 7125 systems, but expect to invest in four more systems in 2007.

Seatronics already has a large range of Reson multibeam sonars in their rental pool. This includes the original SeaBat 9000 sonars, which over the last decade have proven to provide a high level of performance and reliability. Last year Seatronics upgraded six SeaBat 9000 aluminium housing systems to titanium. In January 2007, Seatronics also purchased another two complete SeaBat 9000 systems for their equipment pool, which also included a SeaBat 8125 bathymetric sonar and SeaBat 8128 imaging sonar, since these are still very popular among end-users.

This article comes from ROVworld Subsea Information

The URL for this story is: