DeepWater Buoyancy collaborated with Maine Marine Composites on a technical paper regarding a unique design approach for a subsea ADCP mooring.
Rugged and highly visible, our marker floats are used in ROV and Survey operations around the world. Due to their unique acoustic signature and high visibility coloration they are a popular choice for marking bottom location to facilitate ROV maneuvering.
Whether in the traditional “football” shape or in the newer stackable, “square” form, these units are extremely reliable. They can’t leak or implode. Constructed with a tough, rotationally-molded exterior shell and a solid DeepTec® syntactic foam core, these products endure even the roughest handling on deck.
For the next installment in our series, Dr. Peter Spain of Teledyne RD Instruments looks at the development of ADCP technology and the use of syntactic foam buoyancy in subsea moorings.
DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc. has developed a new Pop-Up Buoy Recovery System for the EdgeTech PORT LF-SD Acoustic Release.