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24 SECTION B • Industrial Firms • BG 2017 www.sea-technology.com HTI-Vemco USA, Inc. 715 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98105, USA; (206) 633-3383; support@HTIsonar.com; www.HTIsonar.com J. Ehrenberg, pres.; B. Ransom, v.p.; S. Johnston, v.p.; T. Steig, treas. Track fish and other aquatic life in resolution of up to 20 cm (not in tens of meters) within ranges of over one kilometer. Unlike any other system, researchers can track hundreds of fish in one area at the same time. They are immune to tag signal collision and data loss. Having the ability to track hun- dreds of fish simultaneously without compromising collected data while at the same time having a fine-scale resolution and broad ranges over a kilometer was previously non-ex- istent. Tags operate at 80 kHz, which scientists have learned provides the best option for maximizing tracking resolution and range while being outside of the auditory ranges of most marine mammals (e.g., navigating the "dinner bell effect" as discovered in other tag frequencies). Get details at: http:// www.HTIsonar.com/980-series-80-khz-acoustic-tags.html Harris Acoustic Sensors 2645 South 300 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84115, USA; (801) 486-7481; FAX (801) 484-3301; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.harris.com/what-we-do/piezoelectric-ceramics Harris Acoustic Sensors manufactures piezoceramic ma- terials and products for sonar and sensors for military and commercial oceanographic applications. With over 60 years of experience and knowledge, we can provide you with solutions for your requirements. Harris offers stan- dard and custom piezoceramic formulations of PZT, PT and PMN-PT materials. Harris engineers and produces sub-assemblies and transducers for medical therapy and surgical applications, power ultrasonics for cleaning and welding, oceanographic, and oil and gas applications. Prod- ucts include hydrophones, projectors, Doppler, ranging, imaging sonar, multi-element and multi-frequency arrays. Piezoceramic shapes include tubes, rings, cylinders, bars, plates, discs, hemispheres and piezocomposite. We offer FEA and applications assistance for prototype and produc- tion volume applications. Harris is ISO 9001/2008-reg- istered and can provide 100% testing of components. Haskel International 100 East Graham Place, Burbank, CA 91502, USA; (800) 743-2720; FAX (818) 841-4291; email@example.com; www.haskel.com Haskel gas boosters and standard gas boosting systems and accessory equipment are used for gas boosting, gas mixing, SCUBA, rebreathers and other SCBA applications in the com- mercial, military or recreational dive industries. Haskel offers oxygen-cleaned products available to meet MIL-STD 1330D and boasts a state-of-the-art cleanroom. Gas boosters and gas booster systems minimize costs by ensuring the efficiency and full utilization of gases. Haskel ScubAmp gas booster systems are used by dive shops to boost medium pressure breathing air from storage air direct to dive tanks, rapidly reaching maximum fill pressures. They are also used for test- ing and recharging breathing tanks with gas and equalizing the pressure between DOT air cylinders and SCBA cylinders. With the use of a ScubAmp gas booster system, existing air compressor systems can stay within their 200-2500 psi nor- mal operating range. The Mini Sport Booster, developed for charging O 2 cylinders for rebreathers and other O 2 applica- tions, is designed and manufactured to provide portability, performance and reliability at an affordable price. The 26968 Oxygen Booster Charging System for oxygen cylinders is used by major diving contractors, emergency medical ser- vice companies, and mine rescue companies and centers. water archaeology and cultural resource compliance have been recognized at local, state and national levels. Great Lakes Water Studies Institute Division of Northwestern Michigan College 1701 E. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49686, USA; (231) 995- 1793; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.nmc.edu T. Nelson, pres.; M. Cotto, v.p., lifelong and professional learning; H. VanSumeren, dir., Great Lakes Water Studies Inst.; E. Bailey, dir., technical div. Northwestern Michigan College provides multiple aca- demic degree and professional training programs for the marine industry. Located directly on Lake Michigan, pro- gram areas include remotely operated vehicle (ROV) sys- tems and operations, hydrographic surveying and acoustic imaging, environmental monitoring, search and recovery (SAR) and data processing and marine project management. *Greensea Systems, Inc. 10 East Main St. (P.O. Box 959), Richmond, VT 05477, USA; (802) 434-6080; email@example.com; www.greenseainc.com Greensea provides commercially available naviga- tion, control, and automation products based on their patent-pending OPENSEA operating platform—a uni- versal operating platform for the marine industry. Since opening in Richmond, Vermont in 2006, the company has successfully installed Greensea systems on over 700 manned, unmanned, surface, and subsea vehicles. Group B Distribution Inc. 3250 NE Candice Ave., Ste. 3, Jensen Beach, FL 34957, USA; (772) 631-0411; frank@GroupBinc.com; www.GroupBinc.com F. Betoulaud, pres. Cost-effective underwater housings for action cameras, lights, scientific instrumentation, etc. HMC Machining Technologies, Inc. 947 Summit Ave., Niles, OH 44446, USA; (330) 544-4029; FAX (330) 544-4324; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.hmcmachinetech.com B. Dewey, pres.; E. Dewey, sls. & mktg.; D. Mooney, mfg. mgr. Machining, fabricating and assembly of ferrous and non- ferrous material. We have created torpedo stands, weapons skids, and pressure vessels. HS Engineers Hortensienhof 3, Lichtenhagen (Dorf), D-18107, Germa- ny; +49 (0)381-7612010; FAX +49 (0)381-7612011; email@example.com; www.hs-engineers.de Dr.-Ing. Helmut Schlueter VDI Products: Inductive (electro-magnetic/EM) current meters Se- ries 2001 with the small analog current meter ISM-2001 (new: titanium version for full ocean depth), multi-parameter probes S-2001, and directional sea-state probes. Services: Consult- ing, system integration, special developments, measuring services, data processing, interpretation and presentation. Hawboldt Industries Ltd. A division of The Timberland Group 220 Windsor Rd. (P.O. Box 80), Chester, NS B0J 1J0, Can- ada; (902) 275-3591; FAX (902) 275-5014; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.hawboldt.ca J. Huxtable, gen. mgr.; P. Phillips, sls. mgr. Winches; marine cranes; ROV, AUV and subsea drill LARS (Launch and Recovery Systems); CTD and oceano- graphic handling systems; hydraulic power packs and propellers. We offer custom-designed solutions serv- ing the defense, shipbuilding, oceanographic, seis- mic, hydrographic and offshore oil & gas markets. HIGH TECH, INC. 21120 Johnson Rd., Long Beach, MS 39560-3711, USA; (228) 868-6632; FAX (228) 868-6645; email@example.com; www.hightechincusa.com B.S. Spychalski, pres. HIGH TECH, INC. is a leading supplier of deep water hy- drophones and data acquisition systems. Products include deep water hydrophones, exportable hydrophones, bore- hole/downhole hydrophones, acoustic sources, digital and analog arrays, and seismic data acquisition systems. Kim Jae Hwan, President ATK, Inc. 602 Kaya Bldg., 323-2 San Ho-dong Masan, KyongNam, 631-480 S. Korea 82-55-246-3681; FAX 82-55-246-3682 firstname.lastname@example.org United Kingdom Agent - David Miller SCORPION OCEANICS LIMITED Unit 2, Park Farm, Great Chesterford Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1RN, UK 01799 531633; FAX 01799 531634 email@example.com www.scorpionoceanics.co.uk Tek Meridian System Solution Corp. Floor 14, Tower B, Horizon Int'l Tower #6 Zhichun Rd., Haidian District Beijing, 100088, China 86-10-82961800; FAX 86-10-82961558 Tony Yao - Managing Director SmartSea Technology Co., LTD Room 403-404, United Creative Bldg. East Tower No. 901, Yin Xiu Road Wuxi, China, 214072 86-510-8588-0495 firstname.lastname@example.org www.smartseatech.com Glenn Pollock - Sales HIGH TECH, INC. 12808 W. Airport Blvd., Suite 325L Sugarland, TX 77478, USA (281) 202-7636; gp.hightechinc.@yahoo.com Hydracon Company, Inc. P.O. Box 27584, Anaheim, CA 92809-0119, USA; (714) 281-2460; FAX (714) 281-1199; email@example.com; www.hydracon.com A. Pullos, pres. Manufacturers of ocean submersible electric switches: proximity, limit, rotary, depth, hydraulic pressure. Sub- mersible solenoid actuators. Quick releases. Ocean submersible solenoid valves. Other corrosion-resistant valves: scuttle valves, check valves, vent (relief) valves. Hydrex LLC 604 Druid Rd. E., Clearwater, FL 33756, USA; +1 (727) 443-3900; FAX +1 (727) 443-3990; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.hydrex.us H ydrex offers turnkey underwater repair and maintenance solutions to ship owners. Our multidisciplinary team will find the best solution for any problem encountered with your ship below the water line. We will immediately mo- bilize our diver/technicians to any location worldwide to carry out necessary repair work without the need to drydock. Each asterisked company has a display ad in this edition of the Sea Technology Buyers Guide/Directory. See our Advertiser Index on page 118.