Newton Labs Appoints J. Bornhoeft as Sales Agent

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Newton Labs has appointed J. Bornhoeft as its sales representative for underwater laser scanners in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The Newton subsea laser scanners operate at depths up to 4000 meters and capture raw as-built data to within 0.005 inches, the company said.

J. Bornhoeft will include Newton’s M210UW, M310UW, M1500UW, M3200UW and M4000UW in their product line.

“The Newton underwater laser scanners capture precision underwater metrology data for nearly any underwater application,” said Thorsten Bornhoeft, general manager. “The Newton products are well designed to service the measurement requirements of all industries working in underwater environments.”

“We are thrilled to align with a company like J. Bornhoeft whose experience in selling underwater equipment spans four decades,” said Newton Labs president John W. Bramblet. “They share our vision of making underwater laser scanning a worldwide standard.”

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