Seatronics Orders Subsea Equipment from Tritech

Underwater technology specialist Tritech has secured order to deliver subsea specialist Seatronics with suite of equipment.

The deal between Tritech and Seatronics, an Acteon company, will see the supply of a range of multibeam imaging sonars, precision sensors and pumps for specialist subsea applications.

Included in the equipment list is the 1000-meter depth rated Gemini 720is sonar.

Allan Donaldson, sales engineer with Tritech, said: “The dependability of Tritech’s products together with the level of support provided, has resulted in an increase in the footprint of Gemini sonar products in the industry. We have seen strong sales this quarter and with continued investment in R&D, we are confident that that this trend will continue. Seatronics is a recognised expert in its field and the company’s continued investment in our technology demonstrates this point.”

Scott Gray, UK general manager with Seatronics, added: “We are delighted to be increasing our investment in Tritech products with this addition of nine Gemini sonar units. Seatronics are devoted to investing in industry leading technology as a core value of our business with the Gemini sonar proven to be a key product in our ever-expanding rental portfolio.”

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