DeepWater Buoyancy has again been selected for the prestigious Marine Technology Reporter “MTR100”. Marine Technology Reporter (MTR) magazine is the world’s largest audited circulation publication serving the global Marine Technology Market. This month, MTR released its 12th Annual Listing of 100 Leading Subsea Companies.
In his opening editorial, Gregory Trouthwein, MTRs Associate Producer and Editor, said, “This year we saw another record number of applicants from around the globe for inclusion in our annual innovation showcase. This year’s MTR100 features technologies from 13 countries and four continents…” DeepWater Buoyancy is proud to be amongst a distinguished collection of companies that include: Teledyne Marine, General Dynamics, and Sonardyne International, to name just a few.
In addition to being selected, a short article about DeepWater Buoyancy was included in the publication.
DeepWater Buoyancy Inc. reports that it is the world’s largest producer of subsea buoyancy products for the oceanographic industry and has a vast product line of buoyancy solutions for offshore oil and gas, energy and technology companies. This product portfolio has been built over the course of 35 years serving these industries. Though products for shallow water applications are offered, the company specializes in deepwater, providing solutions to depths of 6,000 meters and beyond.
DeepWater Buoyancy’s headquarters and manufacturing operations are located in New England, the birthplace of syntactic foam. New England is also where David Cook formed Flotation Technologies (Flotec). Incorporated in 1979, Flotec grew into a recognized world leader in the manufacture of deepwater buoyancy products that included ADCP Buoys, distributed buoyancy modules and drilling riser buoyancy. Flotec was purchased in 2008 by a subsea equipment manufacturer.
In 2013, DeepWater Buoyancy acquired the rights and designs for the legacy Flotec material technology and products when its parent company was in the process of closing the New England facility. Since then, DeepWater Buoyancy has been producing, improving and growing the Flotec product line, which has been the industry standard for decades. DeepWater Buoyancy also stocks parts for these legacy products and provides design and application assistance.
At the heart of the DeepWater Buoyancy product line are the subsurface ADCP buoys. These buoys were originally developed for Teledyne RD Instruments’ ADCPs. Consisting primarily of both spherical and elliptical buoys, the product line also includes the unique StableMoor® Mooring Buoys. These torpedo-shaped buoys are engineered to house ADCPs and other sensors for high current data collection applications. By design, the StableMoor® reduces drag and increases mooring stability in extreme flow regimes, thereby producing superior data sets.
However, DeepWater Buoyancy’s product line goes well beyond ADCP buoys. In the oceanographic market there are bottom mounts, instrument collars, and cable floats. For offshore oil and gas, there are installation blocks, modular buoys, deepwater marker floats and ROV buoyancy. In addition to DeepTec® syntactic foam products and custom-engineered components, there are also polyurethane and fabricated metal products for use subsea.
Download a copy of the MTR100 publication HERE
See the DeepWater Buoyancy product portfolio HERE
About DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc.
DeepWater Buoyancy creates subsea buoyancy products for leading companies in the oceanographic, seismic, survey, military and offshore oil & gas markets. Customers have relied on our products for over thirty-five years, from the ocean surface to depths exceeding six thousand meters.
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