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Page 18 of 115 SECTION B • Industrial Firms • BG 2018 19 tom systems for underwater sound detection, analysis, and recording. Chafe-Pro P.O. Box 823, Graham, NC 27253, USA; (336) 567-0336; FAX (336) 270-5290;; M. Ratigan, pres. Globally recognized as the leading manufacturer of chafe- abrasion protection devices, Chafe-Pro is regarded as the best chafing gear offered on the world market. Our ex- perienced design & manufacturing team has an excellent reputation for quickly responding to customers' requests for special applications. FJORD, Inc. guarantees that Chafe-Pro will outlast and outperform all removable anti-chafe pro- tection devices, when tested under the same conditions. Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd 55 Central Ave., West Molesey, Surrey KT8 2QZ, UK; +44 (0) 20 8481 9000; FAX +44 (0)20 8941 9319;; Chelsea Technologies Group has over 50 years' experi- ence in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors for the maritime, marine science, defence and industrial process control markets. CTG manufactures a range of in- novative multi-parameter sensors and systems for monitor- ing the physical, optical, acoustic and biological oceano- graphic and freshwater environments. Sensors are available for in-situ chlorophyll and algae class studies; dye tracing; oil spill monitoring; water abstraction management and effluent detection; as well as primary productivity stud- ies, algal bloom detection and toxicant detection. Portable and in-line systems are also available for monitoring ship's treated ballast water and wash water from exhaust gas cleaning systems to ensure compliancy. CTG also supplies a range of military environmental systems for performance evaluation of airborne, surface ship and submarine sonars. Andrea Zappe Prairie Ocean Technologies 8 Spruce Lake Road Keewatin, ON P0X 1C0, Canada Mobile +352 426 6078 FAX +204 480 4848 Chesapeake Technology, Inc. 1605 W. El Camino Real, Suite 100, Mountain View, CA 94040-2459, USA; (650) 967-2045; FAX (650) 903-4500;; J.T. Gann, CIO; E.T. Gann, pres. Chesapeake Technology, Inc. produces SonarWiz, an easy- to-use software for marine data acquisition and processing, mapping, reporting and 3D visualization. SonarWiz is avail- able for almost all commercial sonars, sub-bottom profil- ers, and magnetometers as well as single- and multi-beam echosounders. Known for its advanced reporting tools, So- narWiz shortens the time from acquisition to final products. CSnet International, Inc. 3270 Highway A-1A, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951, USA; (321) 327-7915; FAX (888) 868-7915;; www.csnetinternational. com CSnet offers a modular seafloor communications network, the Offshore Communications Backbone (OCB), deploy- able in depths to 3,000 meters for hydrocarbon explora- tion and site assessment; monitoring activities; scientific environmental and oceanographic observing systems; tsu- nami and seismic warning systems; and noise monitorin Cathx Ocean Unit D3, M7 Business Park, Newhall, Naas, Kildare, Ire- land; +353 (0) 45 252786;; A. Boyle, CEO Cathx Ocean is an advanced engineering company spe- cialising in the design, development and manufacture of advanced automation and robotic vision technolo- gies for subsea operations. The Cathx system includes camera, laser profiler and strobe lighting with multi source sequential imaging, providing high-resolution co- registered stills, mosaics and 3-D point cloud data sets. Cathx Corporation 5100 Westheimer, Suite 200 Houston, TX 77056, USA +1 (617) 939-9708; Cellula Robotics Ltd. B109-9000 Bill Fox Way, Burnaby, BC V5J 5J3, Canada; (604) 540-5530; FAX (604) 525-5570;; E. Jackson, pres.; T. Crees, control sys. mgr.; P. Prunianu, chief eng.; A. Woodroffe, bus. dev. mgr. Products include - robotic subsea geotechnical equip- ment: seafloor coring drills, subsea excavators, slurry cap- ture, downhole tools. Subsea electrohydraulic control systems: wellhead intervention systems, vehicle control systems. Autonomous control systems: vehicles and ma- nipulators. Bespoke harsh environment mechanisms and controllers. Services include - Analyses: cost/benefit, risk, hazards, feasibility, technical; prototype development; systems engineering; project management; mechani- cal engineering & design in 3D; electrical engineering for surface and subsea; software engineering for control ap- plications; simulation and modeling; and data processing. Cetacean Research Technology CetResTec, Inc. 7511 Greenwood Ave N., #615, Seattle, WA 98103, USA; (206) 650-8676; J.R. Olson, pres. Broadband hydrophones, signal analysis software, A/D-D/A converters, digital recording systems, underwater noise mea- surement systems, suction cup attachment devices, and cus- and commercial diving lights are trusted in the world's most extreme environments. BIRNS also serves as an independent testing resource, providing the industry's highest volume of cost-effective hydrostatic and helium pressure testing. Blackwater Vision, LLC P.O. Box 31608, Phoenix, AZ 85046, USA; (602) 882- 3331;; D. Cook, pres. The new, low-cost baseline underwater video capture DVR system allows the contractor to begin to build a system around a clear water video system. Then, with the addition of the modular/tailorable, ClearView System™ II, a complete and flexible clear water and zero visibility system will allow the contractor to handle and adapt to any water condition encountered - clear, mildly turbid, or zero vis. The baseline clear water video system consists of a 1-4 channel, 15" day- light readable, battery back-up HD DVR, dive cable, helmet- mounted HD camera, and dive light. The tailorable ClearView System™ II includes the MudChaser™ 300-ft. hose (longer is available) and cart, the optional pumping/filtration Scrubber, and diver monochrome display. As a complete system, both the diver and supervisor will be able to see, work/weld, and inspect regardless of water condition. The Sport System is the mobile cart version, and the Pro version puts the system onto skids for workboat operations. Visit our website at www. for more information, call us at (602) 882-3331, or request a quote at Brightwaters Instrument Corp. 551 Lombardy Blvd., Brightwaters, NY 11718, USA; (631) 968-7840; FAX (631) 968-6471;; T. Wilson, pres.; P. Salamon, v.p. Oceanographic instrument manufacturer. GPS drifting buoys, mooring monitors, and submersible beacons with Iridium or Argos telemetry. Argos and manually-tracked drifters. Mesh sock drogues. Programmable pumped water samplers. Salinity sensors/recorders. Custom products and OEM design services. Expertise includes Iridium, Argos 2/3, cellular, Wi-Fi, and radio telemetry; GPS; hydrographic and meteorological sensors; and Web data distribution. BuTech Division of Accudyne Industries 100 East Graham Pl., Burbank, CA 91502, USA; (814) 833-4904; FAX (818) 841-4291;; BuTech pushes boundaries by addressing the challenges faced by industries worldwide. With the capability of safely pressur- izing a wide range of liquids and gases, BuTech high-pressure valves and components deliver superior quality, reliability and performance. Our comprehensive selection of prod- ucts means you get the right valve for the right application. CRA Inc. 2121 Brittmoore Rd., Ste. 4600, Houston, TX 77043, USA; (713) 690-4626; FAX (713) 636-2788;; C. Ransome, pres.; M. Lahr, v.p. Automated single- and multi-beam hydrographic surveys, side scan sonar, magnetometer and sub-bottom profiling, underwater sediment sampling, underwater remote sensing and inspection.

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