DIVE MK2 Gauge Introduced to Middle East by Unique System FZE

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Wednesday, April 02, 2014
DIVE MK2: Image Unique System FZE

Subsea and offshore solutions provider Unique System FZE, a Unique Maritime Group company, & authorized distributor of Cygnus products for the entire Middle East region, informs it is marketing its new DIVE MK2 underwater gauge from Cygnus Instruments in the Middle East region.

Unique Systems explain that the new DIVE MK2 underwater gauge comes handy with a number of key features. It has a super bright AMOLED display, updated topside and reporting software and the introduction of twin crystal probes to assist in taking measurements on highly attenuated materials such as cast Iron, measuring link thickness of anchor chains and on particularly heavily corroded steel. The large, bright colour AMOLED display is easily viewable by both the diver and his camera even in the poorest visibility.  The operation of the gauge is simple with only two buttons for easy navigation of the menus.

Product features can be summarized as follows:
•    Wrist mountable, thus giving the diver a free hand
•    Large, bright colour AMOLED display, highly viewable by diver and camera even in poor visibility
•    Multiple Echo which means there is no need to remove protective coatings up to 20mm thickness
•    Scan display                                                                       
•    “Auto-Log” Data Log option, no log button to press - stores up to 5,000 measurements with A scans
•    Helmet View remote display for mounting on the diver’s helmet for use in extremely low visibility of water
•    Single Echo option

Ian Huggins, General Manager @ Unique System FZE commented, “We are extremely pleased to be introducing the DIVE MK2 in our region. The launch further enhances our portfolio of NDT and Inspection products that we have in our inventory. We also look forward to our continued association with Cygnus Instruments and representing their cutting-edge underwater technology to our esteemed clients within the region.”

About Unique Maritime Group:
Founded in 1993, Unique Maritime Group (UMG) is a leading provider of integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solution providers. Through its expanding network of companies, UMG is a specialist in the provision of services, and the sale and rental of equipment for the marine, diving, hydrographic, oceanographic, oil & gas, inspection and NDT market sectors.

The group has an established manufacturing capability for the delivery of customized engineering projects worldwide. UMG has local presence in USA, UK, South Africa, Nigeria, India, Middle East and Singapore and employs over 500 people worldwide.

www.uniquegroup.com

 

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