MTR100 '13 ROMOR Ocean Solutions

Marine Technology Reporter
Wednesday, September 25, 2013

51 Raddall Ave., Dartmouth,
Nova Scotia, Canada B3B 1T6
Tel: 1-902-466-7000
Email: sales@romor.ca
Website: www.romoroceansolutions.com
CEO/President: Darrin Verge
Number of Employees: 7

ROMOR Ocean solutions is a Nova Scotia based company with 30 years of experience in the ocean technology industry. ROMOR provides technical services and integrated instrumentation solutions for the geophysical, oceanographic, defense and oil & gas industries.
The ROMOR C-ROM (Compact Recoverable Ocean Mooring) is an oceanographic subsurface mooring solution that offers a reliable and compact design to mooring and recovering oceanographic instrumentation. The C-ROM consists of a subsurface flotation collar that provides approximately 80 lbs positive buoyancy for use in a seawater environment for depths up to 500m without degradation of the materials or the flotation value for a minimum of five years. The C-ROM floatation collar encloses a customer specified acoustic release assembly as well as the client specified instrument that can be accommodated within the dimensions of the design. The ROMOR Elliptical Mooring is another oceanographic tool generated by ROMOR to assist in higher current areas for various types of subsea instrumentation. The standard units are depth rated to 750m and 1500m, with optional 2500m, 3500 and 6000m available.
 

(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

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